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In the frame for Assault Obstruct PC? Read this.

Posted on: December 17th, 2017 | in Advocacy, Criminal law, Direct Access Barristers, DIY Law
In the frame for Assault Obstruct PC? Read this.

I represented a family who were all charged with Assault / Obstruct PC. After engaging in deep legal research and repeated viewing of the police officers’ body worn camera footage – as well as CCTV from the local council, I was able to effectively cross-examine the officers – taking each of their versions apart, brick… { Read More }

Yes fans, it is possible to get a Football Banning Order for throwing gum in the stands

Yes fans, it is possible to get a Football Banning Order for throwing gum in the stands

Thinking of throwing gum at away fans? Don’t do it.

I can’t remember who was driving and s172

I can't remember who was driving and s172

s172s need to be taken seriously. Here’s how I know: Every once in a while, I prosecute road traffic matters for the CPS. The majority of the prosecutions on a typical Magistrates Court Traffic list are s172 Road Traffic Act matters (failure to give information as to the identity of the driver). Most drivers tell… { Read More }

Ticket touts: Who’s the Patsy?

Ticket touts: Who's the Patsy?

These leaflets were given out after the Leicester match; AISA advises not to buy or sell from them, it’s illegal ! pic.twitter.com/K7YDY67wGx — AISA (@AISA_Arsenal) February 17, 2016 AISA are right to warn Arsenal fans about the dangers of dealing with ticket touts. But AISA’s tweet isn’t the full story. Section 166 of the Criminal… { Read More }

Yes fans, it is possible to get a Football Banning Order for throwing a blow up doll in the away stands

Yes fans, it is possible to get a Football Banning Order for throwing a blow up doll in the away stands

I was at the Arsenal v Leicester City match yesterday and couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw a blow up doll being tossed around in the away stands.

Drink Drive at the Highbury Magistrates Court

Christmas drink drive drama? Highbury Magistrates Court will re-open for business on Boxing Day to deal with the Christmas fall-out. All first appearances before the Judge or Magistrates are held in the Remand Court. One of the Highbury court rooms will be a dedicated Remand Court – and this is where charges are read, pleas are… { Read More }