A Metropolitan police officer has been cleared of raping a woman. Photo: Shutterstock
A jury has cleared a Met Police officer of raping a woman after a trial.
Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) officer James Geoghegan, 27, was acquitted at Chelmsford Crown Court, on Tuesday.
The jury returned a verdict of not guilty after less than a day of deliberation.
Mr Geoghegan, of Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, who was represented by Nicholas Corsellis QC, had denied the charge.
The offence was alleged to have occurred in December 2018.