We are delighted to announce that tickets are now available for our Crime & Punishment Webinar, which will take place on the 8th February. We have Three top speakers including a former Oxford don and an expert in body language, who will reveal the “tells” that are unwittingly revealed when someone is lying, using examples of high profile convicted criminals. David Tadd, the former head of Scotland Yard’s forensic unit, who led over 950 officers, bringing terrorists and criminals to justice and convicted armed robber Scott Walsh giving his take, from the other side of the law into our prisons and criminal justice system. All will give their unique insights into our criminal justice system from very different perspectives. 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.


Court 1 at 9.30am Plea and trial preparation in the case of Subell Ali accused of murdering 80 year old Shotera Bibi, who was stabbed to death.

Court 1 at 2pm Sentence in the case of India Thompson,20, a motorist ,who killed one of her passengers when she crashed into a lamppost at the end of police chase after she refused to pull over. The victim,  19-year-old Shaunta Rhoden, died two days later from her injuries, while a second, Kumarah Cyrus, was seriously injured but survived. All five people in the Vauxhall Astra needed hospital treatment.

Court 4 at 9.45am Preliminary hearing in the case of Robert Talland and two others accused of terrorist related offences and intending to stir up racial hatred.

Court 4 at 2pm Mention in the case of Godfrey Madondo and another accused of murder. Jeremiah Sewell, 19, was stabbed in the neck as he sat in a parked car in Lewisham, London SE.

Court 5 at 10am trial of Met police officer PC Edward Welch accused of causing the death of a child actor and his aunt during a police chas as officers pursued a fleeing driver. PC Welch faces four charges, including two counts of causing death by dangerous driving after Makayah McDermott and Rozanne Cooper were killed in the chase nearly five years-ago.

Court 6 at 10am trial of David Cheres who killed his married lover in a ‘merciless’ attack inside her bedroom after her husband found out about their affair. He slashed 43-year-old Tiprat Argatu with a knife and scissors at her home in Whitechapel, east London. Cheres has admitted manslaughter.

Court 6 at 10am trial in the case of chef Kusai Al-Jundi, 28, and delivery driver Mohammed El-Abboud, 24, accused of murder. The defendants are alleged to have occupied 72 year old Louise Kam home before murdering her when she refused to sell it. After killing the millionaire the pair sent messages to concerned relatives pretending she was alive, it was said.

Court 7 at 10am trial of former GP Manish Shah, who allegedly persuaded patients to have vaginal and breast examinations for his ‘sexual gratification’, Shah, 53, denies 41 sexual offences against eight victims over a five-year period between 2009 and July 2013.

Court 8 at 10am trial in the case of Mohammed Ali and two others accused of murder. Iron Miah,40, was shot in the head in Whitechapel, East London.Court 10 at 10.30am trial in the case of Rehal Theobolds, 20, and another accused of murder for the alleged role they played in 20 year old Anthony Adekola’s death. The victim was attacked as he walked home home.

Court 10 at 9.30am Pre-trial review in the case of Ali Ceesay, 28, charged with murder, two counts of attempted murder and possession of a prohibited weapon. It is alleged Mr Ceesay fatally shot Sharmake Mohamud, 22, who died at the scene, in North London on September 21. Two other men, aged in their 20s and 30s, also suffered gunshot injuries and were treated in hospital before being discharged.

Court 10 at 10am Rehal Theobolds accused of murder after he held two minicabs so a gang cozld escape after stabbing to death Anthony Adekola, 22, in Collingdale, London NW

Court 11 at 10am trial in the case of Kieran McHugh and another accused of murder. Abdi Khadar Adan,32, died in hospital after he was stabbed in East London at around 4.30pm on Sunday August 22.Court 12 at 12 noon trial in the case of Ronnie Haydon and others accused of murder. Imran Isat,30, was stabbed to death in Newbury Park, East London

Court 12 at 10am trial in the case of Laurence Hayden and others, including a juror, Damien Drackley, who is accused of attempting to pervert the course of justice.

Court 13 at 10am Mention in the case of Ross Hamilton accused of murder. Reece Newcombe, 31, who trained celebrities including former footballer Ian Wright for a charity boxing match in 2014, died after he was stabbed with a piece of glass on Richmond Bridge, southwest London.

Court 13 at 3pm Plea and trial preparation in the case of Bulent Bakir and others accused of the murder of 30-year-old Olsi Kuka. The victim was stabbed to death in a flat in Barnet, north London.

Court 13 Not sitting trial in the case of Ayub Khan,19, charged with possessing a knife linked to a terror plot and trying to encourage terrorist attacks over a WhatsApp group chat.

Court 14 Not sitting trial in the case of Harry McKenney, who is charged with attempted murder, grievous bodily harm and false imprisonment on Sunday, 23 February 2020 after two police officers were struck by a vehicle in London SE

Court 14 at 10am Sentence in the case of Jordan Tcheuko and another, who were found guilty of stabbing to death a teenager. Camron Smith, 16, was unarmed and in his underwear when he was stabbed in his own home in Croydon, South London by the masked youths.

Court 15 at 10am trial in the case of Dean Adams and another accused of murder. Otas Sarkus,20, was found by emergency services with a fatal gunshot wound in Raymond Road in the Upton Park area of Newham, East London.

Court 16 at 10am trial in the case of Cornell Burrell and Oliver Scott accused of murder. The body of gym sales manager Justin Bello,38 was body found in a bin shed by dustmen. He had been strangled. Three others are also in the dock accused of trying to cover up the crime.

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