A, who had filed a report against Park Yuchun for alleged sexual assault and was indicted on charges of false accusation and attempted extortion, will be brought to trial while being held in custody. According to legal circles, A submitted a bail application to the court on 12th last month. At that time, A’s lawyer explained to BizEnter that “based on the judgement that there are no danger of destruction of evidence and flight”, they applied for a bail “with the purpose of going to trial under the state of release to have the trial right to defend.”
However, the court has denied the bail application. According to the explanation of the court, “there are grounds of destruction of evidence or fear of destruction, and flight or fear of flight.” Therefore, A will go to trial as scheduled as on the 13th while being kept in custody.
Meanwhile, A filed a complaint against Park Yuchun for alleged sexual assault in last June, but she withdrew it after being reported by the media. However, the police detected the circumstances that A and her accomplices tried to extort a few hundreds of million Wons in the process of filling report to the police. The prosecutors’ office indicted A on the charges of false accusation and attempted extortion after A had been arrested and held in custody.
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Ms. A, who is under indictment for making false allegations when she accused Park Yuchun of sexual assault charges, will stand trial on the state of her imprisonment.
According to legal circles, Ms. A filed an application for bail to the justice department on September 12th. At the time the counsel for Ms. A’s side explained to BizEnter, “We requested bail, for her right to defense on trial, with the purpose of appealing her standing trial on the state of her imprisonment under the judgment there is no destruction of evidence and flight risk”.
However the justice department rejected Ms. A’s application for bail. “There are grounds for the destruction of evidence, concern about destruction [of evidence], fleeing, or flight risk,” is the justice department’s explanation. Following this Ms. A is slated to be presented at a scheduled trial on the state of her imprisonment this October 13th.