Crime: Notable case

R v Sibley (2014)

Philip Evans appeared on behalf of Jack Sibley who was accused of attempting to murder and rob his grandfather Barry Sibley at  his home in Cheshunt in May 2014.

He was acquitted of attempted murder.  The sentence for lesser offences will take place at the end of January.


LINK to press report here: 

http://www.luton-dunstable.co.uk/Court-hears-grandfather-left-dead-grandson-Luton/story-24527944-detail/story.html

Notable cases:

R v E (2015)
Isobel Coates represents man accused of planning the honour killing of his wife.
Isobel Coates

R v Cash (2015)
Custodial sentence imposed on Finola Cash following the death of her 11 month old son

R v Moore (2015)
Ian Paton prosecutes ingenious fraudster, Neil Moore, for tricking his way out of prison using fake emails
Ian Paton

R v Fiennes (2015)
Killer of James Fiennes admits manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility
Zoe Johnson QC

Doctor Dharmasena (2015)
Zoe Johnson QC successfully defended Doctor Dharmasena in the first ever prosecution brought under the Female Genital Mutila
Zoe Johnson QC

R v Clarence (Tania) (2015)
Prosecution of a mother for killing her three children
Zoe Johnson QC | Jocelyn Ledward

R v P and others (2015)
Secured acquittal of accused of man alleged to be involved in conspiracies to import vast quantities of cocaine into the UK
Nicholas Corsellis

R v Sibley (2014)
Philip Evans defends man acquitted of attempting to murder his grandfathe
Philip Evans

R v Malinovskij (2014)
Edward Brown QC and Ben FitzGerald act for the prosecution in ‘brutal and premeditated’ murder conviction
Edward Brown QC | Ben FitzGerald

R v Curtin and others (2014)
Successful prosecution of the £1.5million robbery of Selfridges Oxford Street.
Roger Smart

Articles:

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For more information on crime-related matters, please contact the clerks on 020 7583 5766 or barristers@qebholliswhiteman.co.uk