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Silas Lee represents in Buckingham Palace trespass allegation

19/04/2021

Silas Lee represented a defendant accused of trespass on a protected site. The Crown alleged that Chorrie Thompson entered Buckingham Palace as a trespasser in possession of a bladed article. The offence requires the Attorney General’s consent to proceed.  Silas was instructed by Sarj Patel from Darryl Ingram & Co.

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

The Guardian

BBC

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