We are delighted to announce that tickets are now available for our 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 that drug law enforcement has caused more harm than good 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 WEDNESDAY
Court 2 at 10am Directions in the case of Hussein Egal accused of bludgeoning his wife to death after he allegedly told police she had asked him to move out because he was suffering from coronavirus.
Court 6 at 10.30am trial of Levi Paschal, who is accused of the murder of 39-year-old Lee Casey who was stabbed to death in south London. He also denies attempting to wound a second victim and conspiracy to rob.
Court 7 at 10.30am Mention in the case of Nicholas Jones accused of stabbing to death 45- year-old Paul McCarroll in Croydon, South London
Court 8 at 10am trial of Francis Appiagyei and two others accused of murder. David Bello-Monerville,38, was fatally stabbed in Barnet, north London, on 18 June. The victim’s two brothers had also met violent deaths.
Court 9 at 10.15am trial of Stephen O’Rourke accused of murder. Rocky Djelal, a 38 year old father, was stabbed to death in London SE.
Court 12 at 9.45am trial of Shaian Forde, 25, and others including two schoolboys aged 14 and 16, accused of murder. Santino Angelo Dymiter,18, was stabbed to death in East London.
Court 13 at 10am trial of Jordan Bramble who allegedly strangled Carl Thorpe, 46, who had recently arrived at his mental health unit and then set his body ablaze. Bramble, 21, is charged with murder and arson at the Highgate Mental Health Centre on Dartmouth Park Hill, north London.
Court 16 at 10.15am Defence case continues in the 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.