Murder & Manslaughter
11th Feb 2021
A vast number of cases are awaiting a criminal trial that will rely, to a greater or lesser extent, on the admissibility of communications made via the supposedly highly encrypted Encrochat service.
9th Apr 2018
/Burglary and Self-Defence
The law of self-defence is again in the spotlight following the case of 78-year-old Richard Osborn-Brooks who was briefly investigated after the fatal stabbing of a burglar who entered...
4th Apr 2018
Do I Need a QC?
We are often asked questions about QCs, most probably because the image of leading barristers has been epitomised over the years in leading television dramas such as Silk and Kavanagh QC, it is t...
Regina – v – AOK & Others – Woolwich Crown Court
Operation Overt was the codename given to the surveillance operation mounted by police and intelligence services around the 2006 transatlantic aircraft plot where a group of terrorists planned to detonate liquid explosives, carried on board airliners travelling from t...
9th Jan 2017
Operation Platon - DNA Miscarriage of Justice Investigation
This reports sets out the results of a review of the potential for DNA analysis to affect the safety of convictions in criminal cases where convictio...
R v H  Winchester Crown Court - The defendant along with 5 others were charged with ‘Conspiracy to Murder’ a local model following instructions from an apparent lover. The case involved numerous investigatory road trips for the purposes of surveillance by the defendants group as well as pre-planned visits culminating in...