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The defendant and his daughter were party to a conspiracy to supply cannabis and to transfer criminal property knowing that it represented in whole or in part the proceeds of criminal conduct. Will was able to successfully argue that there was a sufficiency of exceptional circumstances present in his client’s case to permit the court to consider suspending any term of imprisonment imposed. The court agreed and the term of imprisonment imposed was suspended for two years.
Will represented Michael Dunn and was instructed privately by Kenyon McAteer Solicitors.
Tom Edwards looks at the impact of the shift from Joint Enterprise to Common Purpose in the five years since…
Ben Hargreaves explores the inherent challenges in the admissibility of sexual history in sex cases. Section 41 of the Youth…
An analysis of the law on fitness to plead and stand trial in the magistrates’ courts: Silas Lee reviews the…
Silas Lee, pupil barrister, reviews the statutory regime on witness anonymity. Anonymous witness orders are most commonly sought by the…
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