This week at Chambers 19/07/19
John Harrison QC instructed by Dan Stowers at Shoosmiths have made landmark legal history by securing the first ever bribery acquittal for their clients following a deferred prosecution agreement. Read all about that the case that has been reported in the Wall Street Journal here.
Richard Barraclough QC has been instructed to lead for the Crown in a multi handed county lines revenge execution
Kristina Goodwin has been defending a man charged with 4 offences including voyeurism and stalking in York magistrates. Due to certain evidence not being disclosed counsel made a s.78 application and the entire case against him was dismissed.
Nigel Edwards QC leading George Hazel-Owram and instructed by Eric Watson of Watson Woodhouse who specialises in defendants with mental health disorders have had a great result up in Teesside Crown Court. Charged with Murder the defendant has pleaded to Manslaughter by reason of Diminished responsibility.
Andrew Stranex has been briefed by Watson Woodhouse solicitor to defend in a new Attempt murder case in Teesside Crown Court.
Hannah Hinton has been accepted to the Attorney generals List as a panel C advocate.
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