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Chambers is delighted that Max Hill QC is to become the new Director of Public Prosecutions

Chambers is delighted that Max Hill QC is to become the new Director of Public Prosecutions

and congratulates him on his appointment. Following his departure we are pleased to announce that Tony Shaw QC and Gillian Jones QC have been appointed as Joint Heads of Red Lion Chambers …
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...acquittal of an 18 year old man accused using a large Rambo knife

…acquittal of an 18 year old man accused using a large Rambo knife

In a case of Attempted Murder at Luton Crown Court, Noel Casey has secured the acquittal of an 18 year old man accused using a large Rambo knife to stab another man, causing life-threatening injuries and massive blood loss, following a dispute in a crack house in Luton, against a …
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Video and live-link evidence: state of play

Video and live-link evidence: state of play

Special measures, lingering live-link issues and banishing generalisations: as the s 28 roll-out hits the buffers, Laura Hoyano examines state of play Since 2000, Special Measures have become routine in the crown court – if, regrettably, not in the magistrates’ courts – for vulnerable prosecution witnesses, especially the live link for a …
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David Walbank QC secures acquittal on money-laundering charges brought by the City of London Police

David Walbank QC secures acquittal on money-laundering charges brought by the City of London Police

David Walbank QC has brought to a successful conclusion proceedings arising from an investigation by the City of London Police into the financial affairs of a man previously convicted of large-scale money-laundering activity. The instant prosecution focused on bank accounts associated with the defendant, who was alleged to be a …
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Launch of Archbold 2019. Chambers congratulates its 9 contributing editors:

Launch of Archbold 2019. Chambers congratulates its 9 contributing editors:

Allison Clare,  Rosina Cottage QC,  Tom Forster QC,  Barnaby Jameson QC,  Gillian Jones QC,  Riel M. Karmy-Jones QC, Thomas Payne,  Angela Rafferty QC and Antony Shaw QC. The Hon. Dame Linda Dobbs DBE is also a member of Chambers and of the Archbold Judicial Board.  A former member is the General …
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Fraud Newsletter 23 - September 2018

Fraud Newsletter 23 – September 2018

Tony Shaw QC These monthly Fraud Newsletters are a very succinct summary of fraud cases and matters which have occurred in the preceding four weeks. Their aim is let you check that you have missed nothing of importance. If you need more detail it can be obtained by using the …
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Noel Casey, who sits as a Recorder on the Western and South Eastern Circuits...

Noel Casey, who sits as a Recorder on the Western and South Eastern Circuits…

Noel Casey, who sits as a Recorder on the Western and South Eastern Circuits, having been selected by the European Judicial Training Network, has just completed a judicial training seminar in Strasbourg at the European Court of Human Rights, designed for judges from many European jurisdictions, concerned with the work of …
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Klentiana Mahmutaj to take part in the United Nations’ intergovernmental working group on Business and Human Rights

Klentiana Mahmutaj to take part in the United Nations’ intergovernmental working group on Business and Human Rights

Klentiana Mahmutaj is instructed by the Albanian Government as an expert advisor and representative at the open-ended intergovernmental working group’s Fourth Session dealing with and International Legally Binding Instrument on Transnational Corporations and other Business Enterprises with respect to human rights, pursuant to Human Rights Council Resolution A/HRC/26/9. The Session …
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