Alex Kettle-Williams successfully defended in a case involving multiple allegations of indecent assault, matters which would now be indicted as ‘oral rape’. Read More …
Edmund Blackman appeared for the Prosecution at St Albans Crown Court, instructed by the Crown Prosecution Service Thames & Chiltern.
Details of the case can be found at http://www.cps.gov.uk/thames_chiltern/cps_thames_and_chiltern_news/drug-courier-jailed-northolt/
2 King’s Bench Walk sponsored the Horatio’s Garden Charity at the Chelsea Drinks Party. Members of Chambers and Pupils met Horatio’s parents and other Trustees of the Charity on the night. Read More …
Michael Williams is instructed by the Crown Prosecution Service in a trial at Inner London Crown Court where the defendant is accused of mugging and kissing a High Court Judge in the Temple.
Further details of this widely reported case can be found at https://www.legalcheek.com/2017/05/high-court-judge-kissed-on-the-cheek-during-middle-temple-lane-robbery-court-hears/
Islam Khan successfully argued, on 25th May 2017, before the President of the Immigration and Asylum Tribunal, Mr Justice McCloskey and SIJ Plimmer that a supplementary decision by the SSHD whilst Judicial Review proceedings are ongoing are unlawful.
Sally Howes QC and Russell Pyne have completed the successful prosecution of Jay Nava, a soldier who murdered his ex-partner by stabbing her 11 times.
Sarah Morris was instructed by the Crown Prosecution Service to prosecute the former window cleaner of the famous artist, accused of stealing a number of valuable paintings shortly after the artist’s death.
Sarah Morris has opened the case for the Prosecution in a trial at St Albans Crown Court. The defendants are accused of the theft and handling of valuable works of art from the home of the well known artist Alan Davie following his death in 2014.
The case has been widely reported and further details of it can be found at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-39432517
William Mousley QC and Elisabeth Bussey-Jones are instructed for the defence in a trial at Winchester Crown Court.
The case involves the death of a man following an altercation with the defendant after a night out in Newport, Isle of Wight.
Counsel are instructed by Roach Pittis Solicitors.
Further details of the case can be found at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hampshire-39421109