After initially advising pre-charge, Jane Brady instructed by the prosecution has seen this case through to the end as guilty verdicts have been reached in this landmark case. This is the first time in 100 years that the Crown Prosecution Service has authorised an offence of murder by deliberate starvation, and in this case for financial gain. The defendants will be sentenced this coming Tuesday at Reading Court Court. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-oxfordshire-57186328
A Prolific offender has this week been sentenced to 6 months custodial sentence, suspended for 18 months. The defendant broke into a house that was being renovated as part of a Kirklees housing project to regenerate the area. The defendant stole an Oven and a hob. Kristina Goodwin was instructed by the prosecution and the case was heard at Leeds Crown Court – https://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/news/crime/burglar-stole-ikea-oven-from-house-being-done-up-in-regeneration-area-3248556
Emma Handley representing the prosecution at Hull Crown Court assisted the court in imposing a sentence of 40 months’ immediate custody for possession of class A drugs with intent to supply (MDMA and cocaine). The drugs were found within a safe that they had to force open. In it was recovered bags, cash, phones and drugs namely 7 grams of cocaine, 25 grams of MDMA, 52 ecstasy tables, the value of the cocaine £560 and ecstasy was £1,170.
Leeds Crown court was the venue for another immediate custodial sentence for a defendant Emma Handley was prosecuting. The defendant was urinating against a shop and when confronted and told to stop by a pensioner repeatedly punched the 71-year-old, who needs a walking stick, outside of the convenience store in Wakefield. https://www.wakefieldexpress.co.uk/news/crime/racist-thug-who-urinated-outside-wakefield-shop-beat-pensioner-for-confronting-him-3252521
Instructed by Shazad Dad solicitors, Sam Green QC is to lead Alasdair Campbell at Bradford Crown Court in a case of conspiracy to Murder and Possession of a firearm with intent to cause harm. The trial is at present pencilled in to start in August and it is anticipated to last two weeks.
Danielle Graham, instructed by Shaikh Solicitors is to defend one of five men charged with Murder. The case will be heard at Kingston-Upon-Hull Crown Court in February of next year and it is down to last four weeks.
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