We are delighted to announce that tickets are now available for our Crime & Punishment Webinar, which will take place on the 8th February. Three top speakers including one of the country’s top forensic officers, who was head of Scotland Yard’s forensic investigations and operations, an undercover detective, who risked his life infiltrating major organised crime gangs and a convicted armed robber, who was jailed in the famous No 2 court of the Old Bailey. All will give their unique insights into our criminal justice system and how the law is enforced. For more information please visit our Crime & Punishment page or Click here to purchase your tickets for this fascinating insight into our criminal justice system.
CASES OF INTEREST AT THE OLD BAILEY ON WEDNESDAY
Court 1 at 10.30am trial of James Watson, who is charged with murdering six year old Rikki Neave. Rikki’s naked body was in woodland a few minutes from his home in Welland, Peterborough, on November 29 1994. Watson would have been 13 at the time of the killing. He was arrested following a cold case review
Court 5 at 10am trial in the case of Bobby Ternent and another accused of murder. John Avers, 47, suffered “catastrophic” injuries when he was held down and run over four times, in Dagenham, East London supermarket carpark.
Court 6 at 10am trial in the case of Luke Matthews and others accused of murder. Kyle Kelson, 25, was blasted in the head with a shotgun in the early hours of June 19 in North Cheam, Surrey.
Court 7 at 10am trial in the case of Kemar Brown and Phylesia Shirley. Themother, and her former boyfriend are accused of killing her two-year-old son The toddler suffered 39 fractures.
Court 8 at 9.30am Mention in the case of Mohammed Saleem accused of terrorist related offences
Court 9 at 10am trial in the case Abubaker Deghayes accused of encouraging terrorism during a speech at a Brighton mosque
Court 10 at 11am Plea and trial preparation in the case of Deekan Vig accused of mursering his 86 year old father. The pensioner died of a head wound.
Court 12 at 10.30am Jury may retire in the case of Kai Holder accused of causing death by dangerous driving. Holder was driving a moped belonging to the Dominos pizza chain, with the victim, 14 year old schololboy Bradlee Alboni-Odellas a passenger, when the fatal crash took place.
Court 14 at 9.45am trial in the case of William Chinyanga, 50 of north London, charged with four counts of encouraging terrorism, contrary to section 1 of the Terrorism Act. The UK based MDC-Alliance activist was arrested by British police last year for encouraging people to burn down service stations and businesses in Harare, Zimbabwe, through posts on Facebook. He worked as a supply teacher in London.