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Bailey's case moves on to next stage.

THE criminal case against Lambourn trainer Kim Bailey is due to move on a stage at Bow Street Magistrates Court in London today.

Bailey has been bailed on a charge of conspiring with private detective Robert Harrington to burgle the home of jockey Norman Williamson, but it is not known if legal representations have succeeded in excusing his appearance at the pre-committal review, which is expected to last three days.

Harrington, 57, a former policeman who is additionally charged with burglary, attempting to obtain money by deception from Jamie Osborne, and perverting the course of justice, will be in court.

Committal proceedings have been provisionally set for June 1, 2 and 3 - again at Bow Street.

Meanwhile, at Crawley Magistrates Court this morning, the prosecution is likely to make another application for Graham Piper to remain in custody charged with drug-trafficking offences.

Piper, the owner of Nipper Reed, and two other men held with him since early February are still waiting for a date to be set for the start of committal proceedings against them.
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Apr 26, 1999
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