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Yousef Makki death not unlawful killing.

In her decision at the conclusion of the inquest into the death of Yousef Makki, the South Manchester Coroner has ruled that she could not make a finding of unlawful killing, as asked for by the family of Yousef Makki. This conclusion was in line with the submissions made…Read more

Lincoln House Chambers Ranked as a Band 1 Set in Chambers and Partners 2022

Lincoln House Chambers are delighted to announce that a significant number of our members have been ranked across several practice areas in the latest Chambers and Partners Guide. Chambers and Partners noted; Crime: “Lincoln House Chambers is a highly rated set on the Northern Circuit, lauded by instructing solicitors as a "very…Read more

Kate Blackwell QC successfully defends female vicar charged with sex offences

Reverend Veronica Green, vicar of Marbury, Tushingham and Whitewell in Cheshire, has been acquitted of all six charges following a jury trial at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court. Kate Blackwell QC was instructed by Tony Nelson of Hawarth and Gallagher Solicitors. The Prosecution case alleged that Veronica Green had performed sex…Read more

Loss of liberty for driver who caused death by his dangerous driving

Richard Dawson, instructed by Imran Khan at K A Solicitors, represented MA, who had previously pleaded guilty at the very first opportunity to causing death by dangerous driving. MA drove through a traffic light controlled junction, on the wrong side of the central traffic island, while overtaking slower moving vehicles.…Read more

Lincoln House Chambers Recognised as a Tier 1 Leading Set in Legal 500

Lincoln House Chambers are pleased to announce that a significant number of our members have been ranked across several practice areas in the latest guide rankings in The Legal 500. Lincoln House Chambers were ranked as a Tier 1, leading set. It was noted: ‘A superb set with a range of…Read more

Skip hire company permit holder prosecuted for breach of environmental permit & breach of enforcement notices

Richard Dawson, instructed by Brea Carney-Jones at Stephensons Solicitors, defended the permit holder of a skip hire company, who was being prosecuted by the Environment Agency in respect of breaches of his waste management permit and for breaches of enforcement notices which had previously been issued. Environment Agency officers had…Read more