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No5 Chambers barrister Paul Marshall recently moderated at IBC Legal’s recent forum on anti-money laundering and compliance.
ME v Sweden — Strasbourg rules no violation of article 3 for Sweden to temporarily expel a gay man to Libya
The ECHR has declared admissible on article 3 grounds an application from a gay man regarding his expulsion from Sweden to Libya.
Simon Hunka from No5 Chambers has represented an officer jailed for misconduct in public office.
Ekwall Tiwana and Tony Bell from No5 Chambers are appearing in a case where Wolves supporters are on trial after an opposition fan was left with a fractured skull.
Barristers from No5 Chambers have represented the defendants in a case involving the fixing of football match results.
David Howker QC from No5 Chambers has defended in a case involving the discovery of a body in the garden of a Mansfield property.
Christopher Hotten QC from No5 Chambers has prosecuted in the case of the murder of a two-month-old baby.
Two teenage boys, both aged 17, have been charged with the murder of Dean Mayley, a 24-year-old with learning difficulties.
Michael Duck QC and barrister Michelle Heeley from No5 Chambers are prosecuting a car theft conspiracy case.
Barrister Michael Anning from No5 Chambers is defending a teenager who has admitted robbery, possessing a firearm with intent to commit robbery and possessing a prohibited weapon.
Adam Farrer of No5 has acted for the HSE in the Crown Court and then in the Court of Appeal in relation to an appeal against sentence in a fatal gas case.
No5 Chambers’ Gary Bell QC was instructed to defend Steffan Leach, who has avoided a prison sentence for causing death by careless driving after a crash on the A34.
Sharon Bahia from No5 Chambers has defended in a case where two members of West Bromwich’s ‘Raiders Crew’ were given jail sentences.
Barrister Earl Pinnock from No5 Chambers recently defended Simon Williams, who has been sentenced to six months in prison after admitting fraudulently obtaining cash.
Richard Gibbs has represented Paul Hackney, who pleaded guilty to five counts of fraud totalling £2.3m, which made his conviction one of the top five secured by HMRC in 2013.
No5 Chambers has hosted a double celebration to mark Rhona Campbell’s appointment as a tribunal judge and the elevation of John Butterfield to queen’s counsel.
The case sees three football players from Whitehawk Football Club and two businessmen from Singapore accused of conspiring to alter the results of football matches.
No5 Chambers barristers Talbir Singh, Tim Pole and Lynette McClement have appeared in a car theft conspiracy case.
Earl Pinnock of No5 Chambers has defended Ahmed Al-Sharif, a prisoner at HMP Birmingham who attacked three officers with parts of a broken TV screen.
Despite it taking a year to investigate and two more years of hearings to try and get trial ready, the case of ‘O’ finally collapsed last week.