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29th Jan 2015

Colin Banham has successfully represented a Metropolitan Police Officer at the Police Appeals Tribunal following an original outcome of reduction in rank under the Police (Performance) Regulations 2008.

23rd Jan 2015

Sarah Jones has successfully appealed a sentence of 26 years' imprisonment for offences of rape against two young girls in the court of appeal on the case of R v Nash.

13th Jan 2015

A woman from Salford, Manchester has been acquitted of conspiring to sell controlled drugs following a long-running trial at Bolton Crown Court. The defendant, who was successfully represented by Colin Banham, was cleared of any wrong doing at the trial.

12th Jan 2015

A Court has heard how a consultant paediatrician allegedly raped and indecently assaulted young girls in the 1970s and 80s thinking he was “bomb-proof” because no one would believe a child over him, a jury has been told.

9th Jan 2015

Pump Court Chambers is pleased to annouce that Paul Mertens has been appointed to the Bar Standards Board's CPD Expert Panel, which will consider and advise on the profession's future CPD requirements.

8th Jan 2015

Royal Dutch Shell has agreed a £55 million compensation package for the Bodo Community and its 15,600 fishermen following two oil spills in Niger Delta in 2008 and 2009.

6th Jan 2015

Peter Binder of our Criminal and Regulatory Law Team has been instructed on behalf of Matthew Boyd who appeared at Guildford Crown Court on 6th January 2015 charged with murder and a number of further assaults having attended a a wedding reception in the City on January 3rd.

17th Dec 2014

’an application that could not have been more unpleasant to watch had Leading Counsel brought a basket of kittens into the hearing and proceeded to stamp on them one by one'.

28th Nov 2014

The Coroner hearing the Inquest into the death of Stephen Mayoll has made an official report over concerns that local policies may lead to future deaths....

21st Nov 2014

Naomi Gyane has successfully defended a man charged with having an offensive weapon, following a four day crown court trial.

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