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Steve Johnson, who admitted two charges of doing an act likely to endanger an aircraft, has been jailed for a year. He was defended by No5’s Harpreet Sandhu.
Members of No5 Chambers have represented in an inquiry that involved two local planning authorities.
On 8 October 2014, No5 Chambers’ Abid Mahmood spoke at a Judicial Appointments Commission event organised by CILEX, the Law Society and the Bar Council.
The approach to assessing harm in green-belt cases was the subject of a recent decision. No5 Chambers barrister Richard Kimblin appeared in the case.
No5 Chambers’ Richard Gibbs has defended a woman from Coventry who has been jailed from tricking pensioners into handing over their bank cards in a scam.
No5 Chambers will be exhibiting at a one-day conference exploring the implications of the changes brought about by the Children and Families Act 2014.
No5 Chambers is sponsoring the Bristol Law Firm of the Year award at the Bristol Law Society Awards.
Manjit S Gill QC of No5 Chambers has chaired a discussion at Birmingham City University on the death penalty, apostasy, sexual immorality and religious freedoms.
Christopher Hotten QC from No5 Chambers, prosecuting, said that significant force had been applied to the neck that killed Corporal NcNeil.
Tim Jones from No5 Chambers has acted as counsel for Herefordshire Council in a wholly successful compulsory purchase order (CPO) and side roads order (SRO) inquiry.
Newsweek magazine has cited the DSSH (Difference, Stigma, Shame, Harm) model for proving an asylum claim based on sexual or gender identity.
Mugni Islam-Choudhury and Naomi Owen have played the parts of trial advocates in a mock tribunal hosted by Mills & Reeve in conjunction with Future Faces.
A team was No5 Chambers has taken part in the Bristol Legal Walk, which took place on 22 September and has so far raised £110.
No5 Chambers has sponsored Birmingham Citizens Advice Bureau’s AGM, which was held on 18 September at the Birmingham REP Theatre.
Barrister Henry Pitchers from No5 Chambers has represented the family of Evelyn Smith who died from bacterial tracheitis last year, aged seven.
Manjit Gill QC of No5 Chambers is set to chair a Birmingham City University talk titled ‘Meriam Ibrahim: the case that gripped the world’.
The September edition of Legal Action magazine profiles No5 Chambers barrister S Chelvan.
No5 Chambers’ Earl Pinnock has defended in a case that resulted in Luke Burton, 31, and Amelia Horn, 24, being jailed after blackmailing two professional men.
Gerry Bermingham, a member of the No5 Chambers criminal law group, appeared on BBC Radio WM on 12 September to discuss the Ocsar Pistorius trial.
No5’s Jenny Wigley has appeared in the Court of Appeal for the appellant in a challenge to the secretary of state’s screening direction and grant of planning permission for a Margate development.