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Bolton Wanderers chairman Phil Gartside is among those appear at Newcastle Magistrates’ Court in response to a private prosecution brought by football agent Tony McGill.
The SFO has been ordered to pay costs arising from the failed “Celtic” prosecution (R v Evans & Ors) on the basis that the SFO as prosecutor was responsible for an “unnecessary or improper act or omission.”...
Leeds United defender Giuseppe Bellusci is cleared of misconduct.
The inquiry into the death of Alexander Litvinenko, the ex-Russian FSB officer allegedly poisoned by Polonium 210 in 2006, began on 27 January.
Three Raymond Buildings lawyer James Hines has been appointed Queen’s Counsel.
Chessington World of Adventures has been fined £150,000 over a breach of health and safety rules.
Three Raymond Buildings represented victims of fraud who must now be reimbursed by the NCA.
Mr Justice Knowles has found that an HMRC officer made an unlawful arrest and that the subsequent detention thereby constituted false imprisonment.
Patrick Gibbs QC from Three Raymond Buildings represented Stuart Tribelnig.
Barristers from Three Raymond Buldings have represented two Bedfordshire police officers who have been cleared of misconduct in public office.
The Court of Appeal has allowed an appeal brought by the Crown Prosecution Service relating to the definition of prohibited firearm under the Firearms Act 1968.
Helen Malcolm QC of Three Raymond Buildings has signed a letter to the Daily Telegraph calling on parliament to opt in to crucial EU criminal law measures.
Helen Malcolm QC of Three Raymond Buildings has signed a letter to the Daily Telegraph calling on Parliament to opt into crucial EU criminal law measures.
Three Raymond Buildings has welcomed Rebecca Wright as a tenant, following the successful completion of her pupillage.
Anchor Trust has been ordered to pay £170,000 in fines and costs after an elderly lady suffering from dementia died in its care.
In its recent report on the effectiveness of confiscation orders, the National Audit Office exposed the differential between the plan and its execution.
The inquest touching the death of Jacintha Saldanha ended on Friday. Three Raymond Buildings (3RB) barrister Sarah Le Fevre appeared for the Metropolitan Police Service.
A former detective chief inspector in the Ministry of Defence Police has been acquitted of 30 counts of fraud after a four-week trial at Chelmsford Crown Court.
Kevin Baumber recently represented PC Saheena Tegally.
Captain Simon Dack MBE has been acquitted of corruption and money laundering, arising out of his time as quartermaster at RM Poole.