What’s on at the Old Bailey on July 12

What's on at the Old Bailey on July 12

Cases of interest at the Old Bailey on Wednesday

Court 1 at 10am Plea and trial preparation in the case of Caudel Haughton, 19, charged with the murder of 20-year-old Filipe Oliveira, who was stabbed to death above some shops in south London

Court 2 at 10am trial in the case of Petko Zhutev who was arrested in a police operation that netted up to 184 million pounds worth of cocaine. 

Court 3 at 10am Sentence of Liam Taylor, who pleaded guilty to murdering his girlfriend. Ailish Walsh,28, was 22 weeks pregnant when she was stabbed 40 times with a paid of scissors by Taylor

Court 6 at 9.45am Application in the case of Zakarie Mohamad charged with two counts of murder, attempted murder and possession with intent to supply a Class B drug The charges relate to the deaths of Zakariya Jeilani Mohamed, 32, and Saydi Abu Sheikh, 23, last October. Both men were shot in East London

Court 6 at 10am trial of Jamal Grant and two others accused of stabbing to death 25-year-old Devon Jensen-Wallace in Brent, West London.

Court 11 at 2pm Mention in the case of Regan Konin accused of murder. Andre Salmon, 18, was shot dead in the street in Haringey, while riding a moped.

Court 12 at 10am trial of Joshua Broddle and others in relation to the discovery of two explosive devices in Greys Inn, in the heart of London’s legal quarter.

Court 13 at 10am 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 15 at 10am trial of Abdul Yaro and three others accused of murder. Shea Gordon, 17, was stabbed repeatedly in the street in Mile End, east London, outside an 18th birthday party.

Court 16 at 10am trial in the case of Amraj Poonia and five others accused over the murder of Mohammed Shah Subhani,27, known as Shah, who was reported missing on May 7, 2019, when he failed to return to his home in Hounslow, west London. His body, which allegedly had shown signs of being tied up and burned, was found by chance in woodland.

Tours of and talks on Legal London: the Royal Courts of Justice, Old Bailey and the Inns of Court.

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