Barrister suspended from sex cases after court comments
7 August 2013 Last updated at 23:05 BST
A barrister who described a 13-year-old victim of sex abuse as "predatory" in court has been suspended from sexual offence cases pending a review.
Robert Colover has been criticised for his remarks, in which he also described the girl in the case as "sexually experienced".
The Crown Prosecution Service said he would not be instructed in sex cases while it considered his situation.
Neil Wilson, 41, admitted abusing the girl at his home in Romford, London, and was given a suspended jail term.
Mark Easton reports.