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William Mousley QC leads Michael Williams defending a man accused of drugging and raping men.

The defendant is accused of drugging and raping men who he met through the dating app, Grindr. William Mousley QC and Michael Williams are instructed by Stokes Solicitors.

The trial continues at Portsmouth Crown Court. Further details can be found at https://www.portsmouth.co.uk/news/crime/portsmouth-man-accused-of-drugging-and-raping-men-he-met-on-gay-hook-up-app-grindr-1-8472463

Michael Shaw leads Suki Dhadda prosecuting a group charged with sexual assault and rape on vulnerable teenagers

Michael Shaw and Suki Dhadda are instructed by the Crown Prosecution Service at Warwick Crown Court in a trial involving allegations of sexual assault and rape on teenage girls in Rugby and Coventry for over 20 years.

The case is being widely reported, read more on https://www.rugbyadvertiser.co.uk/news/court-hears-allegations-of-kidnap-rape-and-forced-prostitution-of-teenage-girls-in-rugby-1-8474393

Oliver Weetch and Helen Easterbrook start large scale conspiracy case to traffic and control prostitutes

Oliver Weetch, leading Helen Easterbrook, has begun defending a client who along with seven others is on trial at Wood Green Crown Court accused of conspiring to traffic prostitutes into the UK from Romania, trafficking them inside the UK, controlling prostitution and money laundering. The trial is estimated to last 8 weeks. Both are instructed by Hodge Jones and Allen.

Barry McElduff is appointed as a Recorder

We are delighted to announce that Barry McElduff has been appointed a Crown Court Recorder by the Queen, on the advice of the Lord Chancellor and the Lord Chief Justice of England.

Barry has been assigned to the Western Circuit with effect from 4th April 2018.

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