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Leave Granted in Sexual Assault AppealD, a man of effective previous good character, had been convicted of historic sexual assaults and had received a sentence of imprisonment. He instructed new solicitors and applied for leave to appeal against his convictions.
Press Ban Lifted in Sex Abuse CaseThe press ban in respect of the major sexual abuse trial being prosecuted by Oliver Saxby QC at Oxford Crown Court has been relaxed so as to permit reporting of various aspects of the case. It is one of the largest of its type ever conducted.
Richard Barraclough QC and John FitzGerald start murder trialRichard Barraclough QC and John Fitzgerald are representing one of three men accused of beating a homeless Romanian man to death.
Ian Thomas elected a Fellow of the Society of Food Hygiene and TechnologyIan Thomas has been elected a Fellow of the Society of Food Hygiene and Technology (SOFHT).
Christopher Badger wins Real Estate, Environment and Planning Junior of the Year at Legal 500 UK Bar Awards 2018Chambers congratulates Christopher Badger on winning real Estate, Environment and Planning Junior of the Year at the 2018 Legal 500 Bar Awards.
Air pollution law after BrexitWilliam Upton is addressing the Investigation of Air Pollution Standing Conference (IAPSC) today on the implications of Brexit on air quality legislation in the UK.
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