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Gabriella Lewis Appears at Court of Appeal in Successful Application

2023-05-11T10:02:27+00:00May 11th, 2023|

Gabriella Lewis appealed, with leave, against a sentence of 6 years’ imprisonment for an offence of dwelling burglary, in a case where the minimum sentence provisions applied. The Court of Appeal substituted the sentence for one of 4 years’ imprisonment. Instructed by Carol Kehoe of Tuckers Solicitors. It was argued that, although MT was [...]

Benjamin Waidhofer successfully challenges, by Judicial Review, Metropolitan Police Service entry and seizure of multiple items

2023-05-04T08:28:31+00:00May 4th, 2023|

At around 11:00 on 25 June 2021, dozens of Metropolitan Police Service officers forcibly secured entry upon the premises of Antipavilion Ltd, registered at Laburnum Wharves in East London.  In the course of forcing entry, officers of the Metropolitan Police Service caused damage to the property. Having secured entry to the premises, officers of [...]

Natalie McNamee prosecutes £1.4 million “boiler room” fraud

2023-04-21T10:00:15+00:00April 21st, 2023|

Natalie McNamee, instructed by the Financial Conduct Authority, prosecuted an eight-week trial at Southwark Crown Court, which resulted in the conviction of three defendants for an offence of conspiracy to defraud. A fourth defendant was convicted of breaching the general prohibition against trading without FCA authorisation. The defendants set up and ran a fraudulent [...]

Matthew Ralston joins Foundry Chambers

2023-04-20T09:28:55+00:00April 20th, 2023|

We are delighted to announce that Matthew Ralston has accepted an offer of tenancy following the completion of his pupillage.We at Foundry are very pleased to welcome Matthew and wish him all the very best in his future career with chambers. 

Lawrence Henderson acts for Defendant acquitted of Gunpoint Kidnap

2023-04-21T07:47:38+00:00April 4th, 2023|

Lawrence Henderson was instructed as leading counsel on behalf of a defendant charged with and ultimately acquitted of kidnap at gun point of two people and false imprisonment over an extended period of one of them. The case had extensive evidential links to a number of murders that took place in Eire and Northern [...]

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