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5th Sep 2018News

2 Hare Court Members Shortlisted in Chambers Bar Awards 2018

Chambers are delighted to announce that 3 members have been shortlisted in 3 categories in the Chambers Bar Awards 2018. Health and Safety: Junior of the Year – Alexandra Tampakopoulos Crime/Extradition: Junior of the Year – David Whittaker Professional Discipline: Junior of the Year – Andrew Hurst The 2018 Chambers Bar Awards will be held […]

16th Aug 2018News

Jonathan Rees QC & Will Martin Successfully Prosecute Delroy Forrester for Unlawful Killing of his 11 Year Old Great-Niece

Jonathan Rees QC and Will Martin secured the conviction of Delroy Forrester for the unlawful killing of his 11 year old great-niece, Jasmine Forrester. In February 2018 Jasmine was subjected to a brutal and unprovoked attack in her great-grandmother’s home in Wolverhampton. A post-mortem examination revealed she had suffered more than 100 separate injuries during […]

14th Aug 2018News

Double Murderer Convicted

Brian O’Neill QC has secured the conviction of Gonzalo Andres Gomez Remolina for two brutally violent murders which took place in Clapham eleven years ago in June 2007. Having carried out the killings the defendant, his brother and their girlfriends fled the country the following morning. The four of them were international career criminals from […]

2nd Feb 2018News

Finsbury Park Attacker Darren Osborne Sentenced to Life with a Minimum Term of 43 Years

Darren Osborne, prosecuted by Jonathan Rees QC and Sarah Przybylska, has been sentenced to life with a minimum term of 43 years following his convictions for murder and attempted murder. Osborne drove a van into a group of people outside the Muslim Welfare House in Finsbury Park last June, killing Makram Ali, 51, and injuring […]

11th Jan 2018News

Crime Team Winter Newsletter

A Note from the Editor: Welcome to the Winter Edition of the 2 Hare Court Crime Group Newsletter. In July the Court of Appeal heard the case of Steven Ray, which brought before it the householder’s defence under s.76 Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008 as amended. Brian O’Neill QC and Ben Rich consider whether […]