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A young man with complex mental health difficulties was formally acquitted today (Friday 9 July) following the service of 2 psychiatric reports and a number of letters of representation on the basis it was no longer in the public interest to prosecute him.  Richard was instructed by Jeremy Botts of Boots Starke Goacher.

You can read more about this case in the following article:-

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