Bridge appears in cases involving applications for committal of alleged contemnors
Ian Bridge from No5 Chambers has been instructed by Keith Wood of Lewis Nedas in several cases involving applications for the committal of alleged contemnors. The High Court has clarified the public funding arrangements for those facing a committal application.
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