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Daniel White represents footballer at FA Appeal Panel

  • 4th April 2019

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. The charge (Assaulting a Match Official) had previously been upheld by the…

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Trevor Megan in Worldwide Drug Exportation Case

  • 3rd April 2019

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. Millions of pounds worth of drugs were imported from India and China through…

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Trevor Meegan appointed part time Tribunal Judge

  • 4th March 2019

Following an intense competition with around 1600 applicants, the Ministry of Justice have appointed Trevor Meegan as a fee paid tribunal judge. Trevor will sit in the Social Entitlement Chamber and has been assigned to the Birmingham district of the…

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Citadel Chambers success in LAA Appeals

  • 7th February 2019

William Dudley and Nicholas Berry have successfully appealed decisions by the Legal Aid Agency (LAA) before the Senior Courts Costs Office. In both appeals Citadel Chambers Director John Binks successfully argued that the LAA's refusal to classify robberies as armed…

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Henry Skudra’s client wins First-Tier Tribunal claim

  • 4th February 2019

Henry Skudra successfully 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. Despite the property being registered in family members’ names, Henry successfully…

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Charles Hamer prosecutes man who drove at two soldiers

  • 8th January 2019

A man who deliberately drove his car at two soldiers has been convicted of causing grievous bodily harm with intent. The defendant's case was that he lost control of his vehicle by accident. However, the prosecution said the defendant deliberately…

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