No5's Adam Farrer acts for MoD at second inquest into death of private Jason Smith
In September 2013, Adam Farrer from No5 acted for the Ministry of Defence (MoD) at the second inquest into the death of private Jason Smith, who died in Iraq of heatstroke on 13 August 2003. The inquest was heard by Alison Thompson, assistant coroner for Oxford, and lasted five days.
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