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Protest Rights, Protest Rights, Protest Rights | Monday 7 December 2015

CPS drops case against arms factory protest after High Court declares injunction void

Owen Greenhall acted in the High Court proceedings and both Owen and Tom Wainwright acted in the criminal proceedings.

Owen Greenhall Tom Wainwright

Protest Rights, Protest Rights, Prisoners’ Rights | Friday 20 November 2015

All 2014 Occupy Democracy protestors cleared

All Defendants were represented by Tom Wainwright and Owen Greenhall of Garden Court Chambers' Crime Team.

Owen Greenhall Tom Wainwright

Garden Court Chambers | Thursday 8 October 2015

Garden Court wins Legal 500 crime set of the year award

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Protest Rights, Protest Rights, Protest Rights | Tuesday 21 July 2015

Occupy Democracy protestors cleared over sit-in during Parliament Square Protest

The defendants were represented by Tom Wainwright and Owen Greenhall of Garden Court Chambers.

Owen Greenhall Tom Wainwright

Garden Court Chambers | Tuesday 22 April 2014

Anti-fracking protesters cleared

Five anti-fracking protestors, including Green MP Caroline Lucas, found not guilty.

Owen Greenhall Tom Wainwright Shahida Begum

Garden Court Chambers | Friday 23 August 2013

Tom Wainwright secures acquittal of 'Critical Mass' protestor

Tom Wainwright has successfully secured the acquittal of a participant in the ‘Critical Mass’ protest which took place on the opening night of the Olympic Games following a four-day appeal at Southwark Crown Court.

Tom Wainwright

Garden Court Chambers | Monday 11 March 2013

Tom Wainwright secures Not Guilty verdict for student protestor struck by police batons

In 2010 Alfie Meadows and Zac King were both struck on the head by police batons whilst peacefully protesting against the rise in tuition fees. Alfie was nearly killed by the blow. Both then found themselves charged with Violent Disorder.

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