Ahmed Nadim, instructed by Lewis Hymanson Small, secured acquittals for Mark Hoyle before the Crown Court sitting in Bolton. Mr Hoyle was accused of a string of serious sexual offences against a foster child.
Dan Thomas, acting on behalf of the Health & Safety Executive, appeared in the case against Christopher Dignam, trading as Blue Flame Plumbing & Heating Services. Mr. Dignam has pleaded guilty to breaches of Regulations 3(3), 3(7) and 26(1) of the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations…Read more
The company was charged with operating a landfill and waste transfer operation otherwise than in accordance with an environmental permit. The offence was alleged to have been committed as a consequence of the consent, connivance or neglect of the sole director of the company. The case was prosecuted…Read more
MS, a retired Army Corporal and ex-social worker, was accused, along with his wife, of defrauding his elderly aunt (now deceased) of her life savings. Both MS and his wife had Power of Attorney over their aunt’s finances and were accused of stealing in excess of £130,000 over a…Read more
Police Sergeant Richard Pendlebury was acquitted at Preston Crown Court on all five counts following a two week trial. Sergeant Pendlebury was accused of shoplifting, assaulting a security guard, conspiracy to pervert the course of justice with his partner and her hairdresser, as…Read more