The two accused were charged with robbing a vulnerable man at knife-point and were sentenced to lengthy spells of imprisonment following a hearing at Cambridge Crown Court.
Further details of the case can be found at https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cambridgeshire-49451935
Chris Hewertson was instructed by Claire Anderson at ABV Solicitors. He secured an acquittal of an Uber driver charged with sexual assault at Blackfriars Crown Court.
We are delighted to announce that Steven Perian QC has been nominated for the Criminal Lawyer Award in this year’s Asian Legal Awards Competition.
The successful candidates will be announced at the annual dinner at The Royal Lancaster Hotel, London on 28th September.
A full list of the nominees can be found here https://asianlegalawards.co.uk/2019-nominations/
Alex Kettle-Williams and Courtenay Griffiths QC, instructed by Messrs Edwards Vaziraney, secure acquittals across the indictment for multi-handed murder allegations. Successful legal argument at the Central Criminal Court in respect of the admissibility of CCTV identification and subsequent ‘early’ half-time submissions lead to Not Guilty verdicts for their client. The case in respect of the other 8 defendants continues.
The defendant, Stephen Nicholson, was convicted of the rape and murder of a 13 year old who lived in the house in which he was a lodger.
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The defendant was convicted of stealing money left to his stepson by his stepson’s father as his inheritance.
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Between them they represent 3 of the 9 defendants indicted with the murder of Jay Sewell in Eltham early December last year. Tahir Khan QC and Michael Williams are instructed by Rubie Mitchell, Steven Perian QC by Atanda and Alex Kettle-Williams by Edwards Vaziraney solicitors.
Further details can be found here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-48743976
Daren Milton and Scott Heptinstall were part of the Bar Squared Golf Day 2019 winning team alongside Paul Eeles, 7 Bedford Row and Chris Mitchell, 3 Paper Buildings at Hadley Wood. Pictured looking triumphant with their trophy!
The case concerned the death of a 3 1/2 month old baby boy who had been left in the care of the Defendant. Whilst in his care, the Defendant inflicted fatal injuries upon him and five days later he died in hospital of a severe head injury.
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