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Nigel was instructed by Thompson & Co in high profile case of a group knife attack where a convicted co-defendant and local rapper was later found with rap lyrics boasting about what he had done.
His client was alleged to have known that, when he moved off in a Birmingham high street within a group of five, at least two of their number were armed with knives and were determined to seriously assault or kill the victim if they came across him.
This was a case closely following the decision in R v Jogee and Ruddock.
Nigel was instructed by Riccardo Pagano, Thompson & Co.
Leading in house counsel Afzal Syed-Ali.
Boasting rap lyric knifeman convicted of stabbing murder of teenager – Birmingham Live (birminghammail.co.uk)
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