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Henry Blackshaw Wins Investigative Excellence Award

Henry Blackshaw and a team of police and CAA investigators have won the Investigative Excellence category at the annual GMP awards, known as the Star awards. They have also been awarded Chief Constable’s commendations for the same case (photo attached). Read more

Henry Blackshaw Secures Acquittals in “Drone” case

The defendant was indicted at Minshull Street Crown Court on two counts of recklessly endangering aircraft, each relating to passenger jets which had near misses (“airproxes”) with a remotely operated drone at approximately 800 feet above Cheadle. This was when the planes were on their final approach to Manchester…Read more

Lincoln House Chambers Receives Glowing Reviews in Chambers & Partners Guide

We are delighted to announce that the quality of Lincoln House Chambers, and the superb service offered by our clerking team, has again been recognised in the most recent publication of Chambers & Partners Guide. Members have been ranked in the top tiers of several practice areas including Crime, Health…Read more

Lincoln House Chambers Welcomes Joe Allman

The members of Lincoln House Chambers are delighted to welcome Joe Allman to Chambers’ Criminal Team. Joe was called to the Bar in 2006 and joins Chambers after 12 years as an advocate in the Crown Prosecution Service. Joe is a specialist criminal practitioner, with a track record which includes a…Read more

International Money Launderer Imprisoned

On 2nd October 2019 a Levenshulme man was sentenced to 6 1/2 years imprisonment for money laundering offences at the Crown Court at Manchester. Jamshed Bhatti, 60, formerly of Stockport Road, Manchester was convicted of laundering £3.5M on behalf of criminal associates based in Pakistan. Following a raid on his premises…Read more

Alistair Webster Q.C. Represents Dean Saunders in Successful Appeal

On 4th October, Alistair Webster QC successfully conducted the appeal of Dean Saunders, former football star, league manager and television pundit, against a sentence of 10 weeks’ imprisonment imposed upon him by the magistrates for failing to produce a specimen of breath. Alistair presented the appeal to the Crown Court…Read more