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Canterbury man with paranoid schizophrenia acquitted of attempting to murder his daughter

14th November 2016

A man suffering from paranoid schizophrenia, has been acquitted of the attempted murder of his own daughter at Canterbury Crown Court today. He has been left suffering from a significant disability after being shot with live rounds, by a police officer to stop him stabbing his 16-year-old daughter. The jury agreed with Marc Traylor’s defence…

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British father successfully defends Greek extradition charges

1st November 2016

A British father of two was today told by a judge at Westminster Magistrates’ Court that he does not have to go to Greece to serve a 15-month prison sentence for a crime he says he did not commit 13 years ago. Paul Wright was attending an extradition hearing following a European arrest warrant being…

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British father in court to face extradition charges 13 years after minor crash on Greek holiday

31st October 2016

Date: Tuesday, 1 November 2016 Venue: Westminster Magistrates’ Court, 181 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5BR Time: 10am (GMT) A father of two will appear before Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday, 1 November to face extradition charges to Greece and a possible 15-month jail sentence, 13 years after being involved in a minor car crash while…

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Hodge Jones & Allen boosts crime team with partner duo

15th September 2016

Hodge Jones & Allen has appointed John Hartley and Graeme Hydari as partners to its 31-strong criminal defence team. John joins as head of financial crime from London firm Mackrell Turner Garrett, where he led the corporate crime and regulatory department, prior to this John worked with Malletts in Holborn. Having been called to the…

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HJA partner Raj Chada instructed by activists in the alleged Black Lives Matter protest at City Airport

7th September 2016

HJA partner, Raj Chada has been instructed by activists in the alleged Black Lives Matter protest at City Airport on 6 September 2016. Black Lives Matter have already issued a statement indicating that “Black people are the first to die, not the first to fly in this racist climate crisis.” They were charged with aggravated…

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