We are delighted to announce that tickets are now available for our Crime & Punishment Webinar, which will take place on the 5th of October. We have three expert speakers, who will all be giving their unique insights into our justice system, the good and the bad. Barrister Harry Potter on the challenges facing our criminal justice system, Tom Lloyd, the former Chief Constable of Cambridgeshire, who believes the way we tackle drugs in this country should be completely reformed and Ian Puddick, a businessman, who was arrested by the anti-terrorist squad following a corrupt police operation when he uncovered that his wife was having an affair with a well connected City executive with police contacts. 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 Tuesday
Court 5 at 10.30am New trial of Commonwealth boxing champion, Wadi Camacho,who became involved in a violent argument with his former partner outside his mum’s flat in Poplar on June 25, 2020, which led to him allegedly scratching her face.
Court 7 at 10am trial of Leon Rashid and three other teenagers accused of attempted murder. Police were called to Henry Road, Brixton, South London at 6.15pm on February 23, where they found James Bascoe-Smith,17, suffering from stab injuries.
Court 9 at 10am Hearing in the case of Jason Bell accused of stabbing to death his girlfriend Nicole Hurley, 37.
Court 14 at 12 noon Jury expected to retire in the trial of barrister Robin Jacobs,39, accused of raping a woman he met on Tinder. On their third date, the pair were having consensual vaginal sex before he attempted anal sex without consent, the court heard
Court 15 at 10.30am New trial in the case of Shaddai Smith and another accused of murder. Renato Geci, 21, was found with fatal stab wounds in Hounslow, London NW on 22 March.
Court 16 at 10am trial of Daryl Bethel and others accused of the murder of a 15 year old schoolboy. Ian Habimana was stabbed in the heart in Woolwich last July as he made his way home from school in what was described as a “revenge attack”