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Mar 15, 2018

Paul Greaney QC & Nick de la Poer, instructed by Philip Goldberg of Minton Morrill, win at trial and in the Court of Appeal, securing acquittal of former Lady Mayoress of Bradford

Following a two year police investigation, conducted under the name Operation Falland, and a trial that has lasted nearly 3 weeks during November 2017, Naveeda Ikram the trial judge found that there was no case to answer in relation to an allegation of misconduct in public office.  The prosecution, however, appealed that ruling, but today […]

Mar 07, 2018

Nick de la Poer wins abuse of process argument causing case to be stopped

On 6th March 2018 Nick de la Poer, instructed by Nicola Sharp of Rahman Ravelli, successfully argued that proceedings should be stayed in a case brought by a local authority in Lincolnshire. The local authority had brought two allegations against Nick’s client.  The first had been sent for trial in the Crown Court, but was […]

Feb 14, 2018

After a three month trial for conspiring to import millions of pounds worth of drugs, Mr Barton secures a not guilty verdict.

Jeremy represented one of seven defendants charged with conspiring to import half a ton of illicit drugs with a street value of nearly four million pounds. He was instructed via Kamrans Solicitors in Leeds. The defendants were said to have concocted a sophisticated plan to import the drugs from the Netherlands to Manchester and distribute […]

Jan 29, 2018

Paul Greaney Q.C at the Deepcut Inquest

Private Sean Benton was found dead, with gunshot wounds, at Deepcut Barracks in 1995.  He was the first of four young soldiers to die at the barracks, with such wounds, between 1995 and 2002.  In October 2016, the original inquest was quashed and a fresh inquest ordered.  His Honour Judge Peter Rook Q.C. has been […]

Jan 16, 2018

Paul Greaney Q.C. acts on behalf of major company in ICO prosecution

Paul Greaney Q.C. today appeared at Warwick Crown Court on behalf of a major company charged with data protection offences.  This is one of the first Crown Court prosecutions undertaken by the Information Commissioner’s Office.  The trial will take place later in the year.