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 10am trial in the case of Kaine Gilead accused of murder. The victim 25-year-old Ramane Wiggan, was shot dead in Lambeth, South London.

Court 3 at 10am Sentence in the case of former GP Manish Shah, who persuaded four patients to have vaginal and breast examinations for his ‘sexual gratification’, Shah, 53, is already serving life for a string of similar offences.

Court 5 at 10.30am New trial in the case of Sean Maurice,29, accused of murdering his father. Paul Maurice, 51, was found with multiple stab wounds to his chest atr a house in Bromley, London SE.

Court 6 at 10am trial in the case of Mohamed El Abboud, 26 and Kusai Al-jundi, 23 who have both been charged with the murder of Louise Kam,71. The pensioner was last seen by a family member near the Spires Shopping Centre in Barnet, Herts at around 12.30hrs on Monday, 26 July. Her body was found at an address in Harrow, Middlesex on Sunday, 1 August.

Court 6 at 2pm Mention in the case of of Tyreece Riggon and others, accused of the murder of Lavaun Witter,22, was stabbed to death in Croydon, south London.

Court 8 at 10.30am trial of Ali Ceesay, 28, and others charged with murder, two counts of attempted murder and possession of a prohibited weapon. It is alleged Mr Ceesay fatally shot Mr Mohamud, who died at the scene, in North London on September 21 2020. Two other men, aged in their 20s and 30s, also suffered gunshot injuries and were treated in hospital before being discharged.

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 10am trial of Rhys Barrow and others accused of two attempted murders after two men were shot in Walthamstow, East London. Kaan Cicek was shot in the leg outside a kebab shop in November 2017 while a second man, Stephen Lawrence, was targeted while crossing a junction on the High Street in July 2018. The court heard that the shootings formed part of a wider spate of violence between the Mali Boys and the Higham Hill/Priory Court gang in E17.

Court 14 at 2pm Sentence of Covid scientist, Ibnu Rizwan, who works for Public Health England. The 28-year-old was driving a Volkswagon Polo when he collided with David Evans in Minories, in the City of London, on August 8, last year. Evans died later in hospital.

Court 16 at 10am Pre-trial review in the case of Shadab Abdul-Karim and others accused of murder. Kacem Mokrane, 18 was stabbed in the stomach in Mount Pleasant Road, Walthamstow on Thursday, November 16 2017 and died four days later.

Court 16 at 10.30am Mention in the case of Rajinder Pall, 44, who is accused of strangling John Hallisey,60, at a facility for adults with mental health and drug abuse issues in Lansbury Drive, Hayes, West London. The pair were both inmates. Pall denies murder.

Court 16 at 2pm Mention in the case of Rolando Torres-Pena,21, who is accused of murder. He was arrested at the mental health care centre in Newham, East London after police found another resident, a 34-year-old man, suffering from head injuries. A subsequent post-mortem examination determined the cause of death as compression of the neck.

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