Custody extension

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From Bradford Crown Court
Published 18th March, 2016 by Gavaghan Communications

Yesterday his honour Judge Durham Hall QC agreed to the Crown's request to extend custody for Mr [], who is facing charges of importation of cocaine and MDMA.

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