We are delighted to announce that tickets are now available for our second online Crime & Punishment seminar, which will take place on December 3. Three top speakers including a senior criminal barrister on justice after Covid, a former chief constable who believes all drugs should be legalised and a body language expert and former Oxford Don on how to spot if a suspect is lying. For more information please visit our Crime & Punishment page or Click here to buy tickets.
CASES OF INTEREST AT THE OLD BAILEY ON MONDAY
Court 1 at 10am trial of Christian Fearon and another accused of the murder of Lennox Nigel Alcendor,42, in Cricklewood, London NW. The victim was stabbed in the neck.
Court 5 at 9.30am Mention in the case of Lewis Adams accused of the murder of 25-year-old Patrick Gomes De’Almeida, who was stabbed to death in Morden, South London. Adams is also charged with grievous bodily harm and two counts of robbery.
Court 5 at 10.15am trial of Nikolay Zhivkov accused of murdering a fellow Bulgarian national in Croydon, South London. Krasimir Kartikov,60, died of multiple injuries.
Court 6 at 11am New trial of in the case of former BAE Systems defence contractor, Simon Finch accused of leaking “highly sensitive” secrets to foreign governments.
Court 7 at 10.30am trial in the case of James Whyte and Crystal Culhane, both 21, accused of attempting to murder Paul Flory, 33, with a baseball bat. He was left in a critical condition.
Court 9 at 10.15am trial of £90,000 a year finance consultant Clare Sanders and her partner accused of murdering their four week old baby. The tot suffered severe head injuries.
Court 14 at 10am Pre-trial review in the case of Jean-Marc Dable accused of murder. Akeem Dylon Barnes, 24, was stabbed to death at a party in Seven Kings, Essex.
Court 14 at 10am trial of Louis Kelly accused of murder. Mark McCann-Barrett, 33, was shot in Tottenham, North London and died three days later from his wounds.
Court 16 at 10.15am Hearing in the case of Khairi Saadallah accused of the Reading terror attack. Saadallah, 25, is charged with murdering James Furlong, 36, David Wails, 49, and Joseph Ritchie-Bennett, 39, with a large kitchen knife in Forbury Gardens, Reading shortly before 7pm on Saturday 20 June.
Court 16 at 10.15am trial of HGV driver, Eamonn Harrison and three others in relation to a lorry in which 39 Vietnamese migrants died. Eight women and 31 men were found in the container in Purfleet, Essex, on 23 October last year. Police said they died from a lack of oxygen and overheating in an enclosed space.