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No5 Chambers barrister Sharon Bahia was the prosecution junior in the trial of Simon Harris, a former British public school teacher found guilty of abuse.
Adrian Keeling QC and Matthew Brook from No5 Chambers prosecuted care home poisoning case...
Harpreet Sandhu has prosecuted a man who has been jailed for nine years after he tried to rape his friend and dumped her unconscious body in a field.
Retired teacher Marcus Marcussen has been found guilty of 25 counts of indecent assault on boys.
Three people have been sentenced to a total of 27 years in jail after class A drugs worth over £1m were found in Staffordshire.
No5 Chambers is supporting My Business Counsel’s corporate crime seminar, which takes place on 13 Jan 2015.
No5 Chambers represents defendants in acid attack on a young woman case.
Vallance pleaded guilty to GBH and manslaughter, while Wiggins was found guilty of allowing the death of her child.
A man has been jailed after faking his own kidnapping to swindle ransom money from his ex-girlfriend.
Wolverhampton man has been found guilty of wounding with intent but cleared of attempted murder.
No5 Chambers’ Michelle Heeley prosecuted in the case of Leon Harrison, 32, from Selly Oak, who has been jailed for life after stabbing his pregnant former partner eight times.
Birmingham City Council is believed to have become the first local authority to use civil injunctions to protect vulnerable children who may be at risk of sexual exploitation.
A court has heard how Vikki Horsman, a nursing home worker, suffered from eight per cent burns after being doused with acid in an attack by Mohammed Rafiq.
Three football hooligans have been spared jail after being involved in in a brawl in Wolverhampton city centre. Ekwall Tiwana from No5 defended Craig Green.
Tom Schofield, criminal barrister at No5 Chambers, is defending in a Coventry kidnap trial.
Michael Burrows QC of No5 Chambers has prosecuted a gang of men who kidnapped and threatened to kill Stefanos Neophytou (who owns Libra Sauna Club).
Edward Clougher, 41, has pleaded guilty to wounding with intent after attacking his neighbour with a machete. Phil Bradley and Graham Henson defended.
John Butterfield QC from No5 Chambers defended the right of journalists to pay whistleblowers for stories in the public interest on 31 October 2014.
A High Court judge has granted short-term injunctions against five men, which ban them from approaching any female under 18 in public places.
The Divisional Court has handed down its decision in Galiazia v Governor of HMP Hewell and another. Ian Brownhill was junior counsel for Galiazia.