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We are delighted to announce that we will again be hosting our Crime & Punishment seminar on February 21 2019. We have three fantastic speaker. David Tadd, one of the country’s top forensic experts, Criminal defence barrister, author and TV presenter Harry Potter and Ian Puddick, who found himself at the centre of a multi-million pound police operation after his wife had an affair with her well connected boss. All will be discussing their unique insights and tales from inside the criminal justice system. Buy Your Tickets Here

CASES OF INTEREST AT THE OLD BAILEY ON THURSDAY

Court 8 at 10am trial continues of pilot Andrew Hill accused of the manslaughter of 11 men who died when his jet plane crashed onto a road during the Shoreham Air Show in 2015

Court 9 at 10am trial continues of Mendoza Sillerico accused of murder. The Bolivian allegedly stabbed to death his housemate, Juan Olmos Saca, 39.

Court 10 at 2pm Sentence in the case of David Thomas,73, accused of murder.  Sheila Thomas, 69, was stabbed to death in Herne Hill, London SE on 24 July 2018.

Court 10 at 10.15am New trial of Thomas Peter accused of of murder. His wife, who was in her early fifties and mother of their three chuildren, was found dead after a house fire in Romford, Essex. She died of asphyxia.

Court 11 at 10am trial of Obina Ezeoke, 25, who denies murdering Annie Ekofo, 53, and her nephew Bervil in their apartment in East Finchley, North London in September 2016. The pair were shot dead in a case of mistaken identity.

Court 13 at 10am trial continues of Adrian Hoare and her partner, who haven been charged in connection with the death of three year old Alfie Lamb.  The toddler was deliberately crushed to death with an electric car seat because he was making too much noise, the court heard

Court 15 Not sitting trial of Nathaniel Lewis and three others accused of attempted murder.  The case concerns a shootout with police during a car chase.

Court 15 at 12 noon Sentence of Ahmed Aweys and two others charged with terrorist offences including collecting information likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism

Court 16 at 10am trial continues of two detectives, Sharon Patterson and Lee Pollard, who allegedly failed to investigate a string of child sex allegations properly. The pair worked for Essex Police and are accused of deliberately forging documents and concealing evidence over a three-year period. The pair, who were in a relationship, are also alleged to have fabricated witness statements and given other false information which led to abuse investigations being dropped.

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