A man has been convicted of s18 GBH after a trial at Hereford Crown Court.
Mr Ali, has formerly been convicted of offences contrary to the Terrorism Act 2006 (preparation of terrorist acts).
Henry’s client, the only defendant to be acquitted, was accused of laundering the proceeds of fraud and theft.
The Court of Appeal have quashed a defendant's conviction for arson being reckless as to whether life was endangered.
Rupert Jones represented a 35 year old man on trial at Nottingham Crown Court who had handed himself in to police saying 'I think I've killed my girlfriend'.
An 19 year old has been acquitted of s18 GBH and common assault following a trial at Wolverhampton Crown Court.
Simon Rippon argued that the decisions of a Crown Court judge to reconsider the grant of bail and remand his client in custody were unlawful.
Jamie Scott has successfully appealed to the High Court by way of case stated in Miller v DPP  EWHC 262 (Admin).
Charles Hamer was appointed by Worcester Crown Court to cross-examine two complainants on behalf of a man who was representing himself.
Jamie Scott has been awarded a scholarship by the Pegasus Trust, which provides young barristers with the opportunity to experience practice in a foreign jurisdiction.