Lucas Jordan case study analysis

Case 1: Lucas Jordan

Lucas is a 28 year old male who lives in North London with his girlfriend (Abbie) and their 2 year old daughter (Maisie).  He obtained a Double First in Politics and Economics from Keble College, Oxford and upon graduation he started as an intern in a large investment bank in the City.  Lucas progressed rapidly through the firm and is currently considered to be one of their most promising investment advisors; with high hopes of being promoted to a senior management position in the next 18 months.  Despite having a reputation as a “hard worker”, Lucas is well liked by his colleagues because he is always “up for having a few drinks” after work.  According to Abbie’s friends, this has been a source of frustration to her and she has sometimes accused him of neglecting her and Maisie.

On the 23rd November 2013, police were called to a flat in Camden.  The resident, Ms Kijeck, works as a waitress in a local restaurant.  On arrival, Ms Kijeck claimed that she had been sexually assaulted and provided a description of a man matching Lucas’s appearance.  A subsequent examination revealed evidence of bruising and sexual activity and on questioning, Ms Kijeck claimed that she had met a man in a nightclub, had spent some time talking to him and had allowed him to see her home.  However she vehemently denied that she had consented to having sex with him.  CCTV showed Lucas and Ms Kijeck talking in the club earlier that evening but no clear footage exists of either of them leaving the club. …

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