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Criminal Defence | Wednesday 1 April 2020

COVID-19: a protocol to assist solicitors who are working remotely and advising suspects in relation to police interviews

Please circulate to all of your professional contacts working within the criminal justice sector.

Lucie Wibberley Victoria Meads Keir Monteith QC Patrick Roche

Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Community Care Law | Friday 22 September 2017

Bach Commission report calls for Rights to Justice Act and far wider eligibility for legal aid

Garden Court Chambers contributed evidence to the Bach Commission.

Joanne Cecil Lucie Wibberley

Criminal Defence | Monday 18 September 2017

'Flexible' Operating Hours pilot postponed until next year following concerns raised by Garden Court Chambers Crime Team and legal profession

On 18 September 2017 the Garden Court Chambers Crime Team sent an open letter to Lord Justice Fulford.

Keir Monteith QC Lucie Wibberley Anya Lewis QC Judy Khan QC Sam Parham

Criminal Defence | Tuesday 8 August 2017

South Yorkshire police crew cleared of misconduct in a public office

Pilot Captain Reeves was represented by Keir Monteith leading Lucie Wibberley of the Garden Court Chambers Crime Team.

Keir Monteith QC Lucie Wibberley

Criminal Defence | Wednesday 19 July 2017

Trial begins into misuse of police helicopter camera

Keir Monteith and Lucie Wibberley of Garden Court Chambers are defending Malcolm Reeves, one of the defendants.

Keir Monteith QC Lucie Wibberley

Garden Court Chambers | Sunday 18 June 2017

Defendant acquitted in multi-handed arson case

A defendant accused of conspiring to commit two arsons, one of which endangered life, in which large numbers of vehicles were burnt out has been acquitted.

Lucie Wibberley

Criminal Defence | Thursday 1 September 2016

Woman who acted in self-defence acquitted of stabbing partner

The defendant was represented by Lucie Wibberley of the Garden Court Crime Team.

Lucie Wibberley

Criminal Defence | Friday 12 August 2016

Five defendants acquitted of £500,000 arson

Patrick Roche and Lucie Wibberley of Garden Court Chambers represented two of the defendants.

Lucie Wibberley Patrick Roche

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