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Kevin Molloy successfully defended a Black Cab driver who had been charged with Attempted GBH, causing Actual Bodily Harm and Dangerous Driving. The allegation was made by a cyclist who collided with the cab and claimed he had been deliberately targeted by the driver of the Black Cab who allegedly ran him off the road.
The incident was captured on footage recovered from a police car and the Prosecution presented another cyclist as a witness to the incident. Having cross-examined all the Prosecution witnesses counsel for the defence called the defendant himself to give evidence along with another defence witness. The jury unanimously acquitted the defendant of all the charges on the indictment.
Maria Karaiskos was instructed in a large scale Violent Disorder case at Luton Crown Court. The defendant she represented was one... more
Chris Johnston successful in the Court of Appeal in appeal against sentence, which highlighted the lack of sentencing guidelines... more
Michael Fullerton, Kevin Molloy and Michael Polak have all dusted the wig and gown off and returned to Crown Court for the first... more
On Friday 29 May 2020 Michael Polak spoke as part of a panel of experts on ‘Huawei’s Role in Mass Surveillance &... more
Church Court Chambers would like to thank all those who attended and took part in our first webinar, “Do you really want to... more
Kevin Molloy was instructed in a Firearms case at Woodgreen Crown Court. The defendant had ordered a blank firing gun and... more
Gregory Wedge of Chambers’ Crime and Regulatory Team, secured a successful appeal against sentence in respect to a £1.5... more
Church Court’s Michael Polak has been instructed to represent illustrator Greta Samuel. Greta published a political image... more
Chambers are hosting their first webinar on the past, present and future of jury trial on 21st May at... more
“Whilst I welcome the statement from the Lord Chancellor on proactive steps to be taken to resume Jury Trials, I wish to... more
Church Court Chambers’ international law and human rights barrister Michael Polak has been instructed by two British Uyghurs to... more
The British businessman Renwick Haddow represented by Yasin Patel has been informed that his bail application has been... more