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The CCRC have now decided not to contest judicial review after David Emanuel obtained permission to judicially review the CCRC refusal to refer 2004 murder conviction to the Court of Appeal

17 July 2018

David Emanuel was instructed by Steven Bird of Birds Solicitors.

Medical examination failures led to torture victim’s unlawful detention by Home Secretary

13 July 2018

KG was represented by Anthony Vaughan and Miranda Butler instructed by Ahmed Aydeed of Duncan Lewis.

Inquest jury concludes that Christopher Tyler, a prisoner at HMP Thameside, “died in part because of serious failures in medical care”

Richard Reynolds represented Mr Tyler’s sister and was instructed by Jocelyn Cockburn and Claire Brigham of Hodge, Jones and Allen Solicitors.

Supreme Court to give guidance on the right to private life under Article 8, ECHR

David Sellwood represented the appellant, led by Hugh Southey QC at Matrix Chambers.  They were instructed by Muhunthan Paramesvaran at Wilson Solicitors LLP. 

A woman’s fundamental right to choose: the Supreme Court’s decision on abortion in Northern Ireland

Miranda Butler is a member of the Garden Court Chambers Civil Liberties and Human Rights Team.

Home Office admits it unlawfully detained and separated a father from his daughter, who remained in care and at imminent risk of adoption

11 July 2018

The father and daughter are represented by Stephanie Harrison QC and Shu Shin Luh of Garden Court Chambers.

Legal Aid Agency settles the case on the correct application of legal aid statutory charges in damages cases and test cases

10 July 2018

Tim Baldwin was instructed by Trevor Hatton of the Public Law Team at Duncan Lewis Solicitors.

Barbudans take legal action against Government of Antigua and Barbuda for unlawful development of an international airport

9 July 2018

Legal action seeks injunction to immediately halt development; reveals government continued construction despite knowledge of major ecological, archaeological risks and damage to island

Three men win malicious prosecution claim against police over Daniel Morgan murder

5 July 2018

Stephen Simblet was instructed by Guile Nicholas Solicitors to represent Garry Vian.

Three campaigners cleared of disrupting Cardiff defence industry event

The defendants were represented by Audrey Cherryl Mogan, Meredoc McMinn and Camila Zapata Besso.

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