cropped-cropped-old-bailey-scales-of-justice-at-night.jpgI am delighted to announce that we will again be hosting our Crime & Punishment Seminar on the 27th September 2018. We have three fantastic speakers for the evening:  David Tadd, the former head of Forensic Investigation and Operations at New Scotland Yard, who led 850 officers.  Timothy Langdale QC, one of the country’s most highly regarded criminal barristers and psychologist and former Oxford Don Peter Collett. All discussing their unique insights and tales from inside the criminal justice system. Buy Tickets Here .


IMG_0139Who murdered “God’s Banker” Robert Calvi – You decide. Robert Milne, one of the country’s top crime scene forensic investigators, asks you to join him as he probes the notorious London murder of “God’s Banker” Roberto Calvi. Who killed the multi-millionaire Italian financier? Was it the Mafia, the Vatican or MI5? Milne was witness to the original investigation at the Metropolitan Police’s forensic laboratory in 1982.  Book Tickets to this special event here   or for more information click here.



Court 6 at 10am Jury deliberating in the trial of Jermaine Paul and others charged in connection with the murder of Khalid Abdi Farah, 26. The victim was blasted with a shotgun by a hooded assassin as he sat chatting in his car in Southall, West London

Court 11 at 10am  trial continues of Kacper Karasinski,18 and four other teenagers accused of murder. Daniel Frederick,34, a father of three, was stabbed and beaten to death in Stoke Newington, North London. He was allegedly ambushed by the five hooded teenagers.

Court 12 at 10am trial continues of Alvaro Mendoza Sillerico, 27, who denies murder. The Bolivian allegedly stabbed to death his housemate, Juan Olmos Saca, 39, in South London.

Court 15 at 10am Plea in the case of Tatjana Sanderson accused of corruption.  Her banker brother allegedly took bribes to approve loans worth hundreds of millions of pounds to finance huge gas and oil projects in former Soviet states


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