Siobhan Collins prosecuted a man who broke into a residential facility for older people, where he bludgeoned a disabled man to the head with a hammer. The case was heard at Stafford Crown Court.
Citadel Chambers wish all the best to Charles Hamer who has retired from practice.
Daniel White represented a football player who appeared before the FA Appeals Committee on a charge of spitting upon a referee - a charge the player adamantly denied.
In an unusual case concerning the exportation of amphetamine, MDMA and other former 'legal highs' to Australia, Greece and Germany, Trevor Meegan appeared for the principal defendant.
Following an intense competition with around 1600 applicants, the Ministry of Justice have appointed Trevor Meegan as a fee paid tribunal judge.
An 18 year old man has been cleared of murder and manslaughter following a six week trial at Birmingham Crown Court.
Andrew Fisher QC and Gurdeep Garcha represented an 18 year old Dudley man who was charged with the murder of a drug dealer during a robbery at his flat in January 2018.
William Dudley and Nicholas Berry have successfully appealed decisions by the Legal Aid Agency (LAA) before the Senior Courts Costs Office.
Henry Skudra succesfully appeared before the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) where he secured full beneficial title for his client to a property worth over £210,000 as well as costs.
Following a three week trial at Warwick Crown Court, in which Trevor Meegan represented a 54 year old woman charged with assisting her son in the murder of his friend in Coventry, the jury returned
Andrew Hall Q.C. is a door tenant at Citadel Chambers. His professional profile can be seen on the website of his London Chambers : http://www.doughtystreet.co.uk/barristers/profile/andrew-hall-qc
The Citadel clerking team will be happy to assist with information as to Mr. Hall's professional diary and availability.