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Ben Brown secures unanimous acquittal for a defendant charged with possessing a firearm, with intent to cause fear of violence.

25/11/2022

Ben secured the acquittal for a defendant charged with possessing a firearm, with intent to cause fear of violence following a 3-day trial at Reading Crown Court.

The defendant was alleged to have fired upon his neighbours from his bathroom window. The Crown’s case relied on CCTV and ballistic forensic evidence which required detailed analysis.

Ben was instructed by Trudi Burlton of PPG Criminal Law.

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