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complainant

Law a person who makes a complaint, usually before justices; plaintiff
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They said that they did not chase or hit the car of the complainant.
Their neighbour, Ghulam Fareed, said the complainant came to his house around midnight and they called local landlord Zaffar Kalroo who alerted the police.
The complainant is the main witness in the case and is supposed to lay the basis of the matter.
Akeem claimed that the complainant said the accused was wooing her but she refused to date him because she had a boyfriend.
The complainant said she came to know Bukhari through social media chatting on Facebook Messenger, Gierran said, adding that their connection later bloomed into a long distance relationship.
The court directed the counsel to cross examine the complainant and the witnesses on Jan 9 [today].
Giving evidence from behind a screen, he said Rowe told him he wanted "bareback" sex - without a condom - but the complainant replied: "That's not what I do.
Otto Putland, 23, who represented Wales at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, is accused of raping the complainant twice after a night out with his friends in Cardiff.
Otto Putland, 23, who represented Wales at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, is accused of raping the complainant, who cannot be named for legal reasons, twice after a night out with his friends in Cardiff.
The action was taken after a case was registered on a complaint alleging that the sub-inspector was demanding a bribe from the complainant to prepare his pension or gratuity.
A PROSTITUTE has been cleared of robbing a disabled man in his wheelchair after the complainant denied paying her for sex.