Archive: April 2015

Successful acquitttal of gunman

Last after a trial lasting 5 weeks at Stafford Crown court last month, Meyrick Wlliams obtained the successful acquittal of a defendant identified as the “hired gun” in an allegation of intent to endanger life. The case against the defendant was he was brought in to intimidate the victim by firing off 8-12 shots into […]

Proceeds of crime conference

Last month Meyrick Williams, member of Chambers and on behalf of the Proceeds of Crime Lawyers Association, and with some assistance form Marie de Redman who also attended, organised a joint conference with the Scottish Bar in Edinburgh, The Key Note Speaker was Lord Toulson of the UKSC but with others including the Solicitor-General for […]


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