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Edward Henry KC, instructed by Ian Lewis of JMW Solicitors, represents retired Detective Chief Superintendent in Stephen Lawrence case.


Edward’s client was told last week that no charges would be brought against him and three other retired officers concerning their role in the investigation into the death of Stephen Lawrence. Edward, together with his instructing solicitors, settled a detailed letter of representations that comprehensively refuted the allegations made against his client. 

Edward Henry is a highly sought after silk who practises in the areas of general crime, fraud and regulatory law. He regularly represents Police Officers at all levels in misconduct proceedings. For further information, please contact Ben Heaviside, Chambers’ senior clerk.

Edward is instructed by Ian Lewis of JMW Solicitors.

For more information regarding the case please see:

Stephen Lawrence: Met Police officers will not face prosecution for ‘misconduct’- CPS decides | News UK Video News | Sky News



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