sport news Major update in Sam Kerr court case - and what it means for the Matildas ... trends now

sport news Major update in Sam Kerr court case - and what it means for the Matildas ... trends now
sport news Major update in Sam Kerr court case - and what it means for the Matildas ... trends now

sport news Major update in Sam Kerr court case - and what it means for the Matildas ... trends now

Matildas skipper Sam Kerr will go to trial next February Allegedly racially abused a police officer in January of 2023 Preliminary hearing scheduled for May 20 has been cancelled Kerr, 30, will plead not guilty in London's Kingston Crown Court

Sam Kerr's court case for allegedly racially abusing a police officer will go ahead next year after a preliminary hearing scheduled for May 20 was cancelled.  

Matildas captain Kerr and her legal team, led by leading criminal barrister Grace Forbes, were to appear at London's Kingston Crown Court on Monday to fight claims the 30-year-old allegedly insulted, threatened or caused alarm or distress to a police officer while returning home in a taxi following a night out with her fiancée Kristie Mewis on January 30 in 2023.

The case - where Kerr will plead not guilty - will now go to trial from February 3 in 2025 across four days.

A clerk at the London court told News Corp: 'All issues between the parties have now been resolved.

'The next date we have for the case is the trial date of February 3 next year.

The preliminary hearing scheduled on May 20 in London for Matildas captain Sam Kerr (right) has been cancelled

The preliminary hearing scheduled on May 20 in London for Matildas captain Sam Kerr (right) has been cancelled

It means Kerr's case where she is accused of racially abusing a police officer will officially go to trial in February next year

It means Kerr's case where

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