Henry Skudra acted for a man who failed to make full payment of his confiscation order, and the 3 month time limit for payment had long passed.
Marc Davies represented an ex-soldier who has been cleared of historic rape and sexual assaults.
Simon Rippon co-presented a seminar to the Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine, on the treatment of vulnerable witnesses in the criminal justice system.
Following a 6 week trial at the Central Criminal Court in which Trevor Meegan appeared for the third defendant, the jury returned verdicts of not guilty to manslaughter and aggravated burglary.
Marc Davies represented one of five soldiers from the Parachute Regiment, on trial at Court Martial for sexual assault and Perverting the Course of Justice.
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.
Jon joined chambers in 2016 following 10 years working for HMCTS.
Having done a variety of roles within the court service he has brought an array of knowledge and a good insight in to the inner workings of the courts.
Outside of chambers Jon enjoys cooking, music and reading.