OTC’s Sadd and Jerram act as co-counsel to Independent Jersey Care Inquiry
The Independent Jersey Care Inquiry started on 22 July 2014 with opening remarks from inquiry chair Francis Oldham QC, who renewed her appeal for witnesses and said they can give evidence anonymously. She said that although oral evidence will begin on 29 July, witnesses can come forward at any time. The panel heard that 192 people have alleged 532 offences between 1947 and 2004. Patrick Sadd and Harriet Jerram from Outer Temple Chambers, co-counsel to the inquiry, set out details of phase one.
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