No5’s de Mello represents prisoner granted relief to act as chief mourner at funeral
Ramby de Mello from No5 Chambers, instructed by Stuart Luke of Bhatia Best Solicitors, has represented a Hindu prisoner who was granted interim relief to attend his father’s funeral free of handcuffs and to be able to participate fully as chief mourner.
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