No5’s Anning defends teenager who has admitted armed robbery
Barrister Michael Anning from No5 Chambers is defending a teenager, who cannot be named for legal reasons, who has admitted robbery, possessing a firearm with intent to commit robbery and possessing a prohibited weapon.
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