Our thanks to Ray for this. An extract:
Dvorak had denied three charges of sexually assaulting a schoolgirl when she was aged between 12 and 15 – and the jury at Warwick Crown Court unanimously found him not guilty.
Dvorak taught in both Coventry and Leamington, but had been unable to work following his arrest in May last year over the allegations, said to have taken place at a Coventry school…
After the jury had returned its not guilty verdicts, Judge de Bertodano commented: “Those who are in charge of decisions to prosecute should take very, very great care indeed before doing so in a case such as this.
“I am quite sure that no jury in the land would have convicted Mr Dvorak in this case.
Surely the judge must be aware that it’s been years since the likelihood of conviction has been a consideration in whether or not to charge men for sexual offences. To Alison Saunders and her underlings at the CPS, the ‘public interest’ always lies in assaulting the human rights of men.