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Judge Sends Jury Home As UK Bribery Trial Hits Early Delay

Law360, London (March 12, 2019, 4:53 PM GMT) -- The trial of U.K. company Rapid Engineering Supplies over alleged bribes paid by one its former directors to secure preferential treatment as a supplier to a company connected to Formula One team Williams has been delayed after the judge dismissed the jury on Tuesday, saying the case is not ready.

Judge David Tomlinson excused the Southwark Crown Court telling them the “optimistic assessment” that the trial would start next week was not enough to press ahead on the current timetable.

“The reality is this case is not ready. It remains to be seen whether it will ever be ready,” Judge Tomlinson...

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