Lowestoft man accused of child sex offences in the 1990s to stand trial next year
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The trial of a Lowestoft man accused of sexually assaulting a schoolgirl will take place in April next year.
Adrian Cain appeared at Ipswich Crown Court today (Wednesday), for a plea and trial preparation hearing.
Cain, of Northgate, Lowestoft, pleaded not guilty to six offences of indecent assault.
The 51-year-old man also denied three charges of indecency with a child during the hearing.
The offences of which Cain is accused are alleged to have taken place between 1995 and 1997.
They occurred when the alleged victim was aged under 14.
His Honour Judge Martyn Levett adjourned the case for a trial, which is expected to last between five and seven days.
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The trial has been scheduled to take place on April 30 next year.