No5 Chambers’ Ian Brownhill defends in collapsed case of ‘O’
Despite it taking a year to investigate and two more years of hearings to try and get trial ready, the case of ‘O’ — in which Ian Brownhill of No5 Chambers defended — finally collapsed last week.
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