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A South Australian woman will face a District Court trial for child sex offences allegedly committed over 10 years. Nadine Hicks, 45, of Lockleys — in Adelaide's west — pleaded not guilty to eight charges in the Adelaide Magistrates Court today.
Charges include five counts of unlawful sexual intercourse with a child under 17, indecent assault and procuring a child to engage in sexual acts. The Debelle inquiry — conducted by former Supreme Court justice Bruce Debelle — urged better reporting mechanisms, after parents in a case were kept in the dark. News Home. She will appear in the District Court in May before facing trial at a later date. Posted 28 Jan January , updated 28 Jan January More on:.
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