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QEB News: Supreme Court rules sale of 'grey-market' goods a criminal offence
4.08.2017 More >

QEB News: Edward Henry appeared on behalf of the Earl of Cardigan at Swindon Crown Court in his appeal against conviction for a public order offence.
11.05.2016 More >

QEB News: Edward Henry warns that the ‘administration of justice is not a business and can never be run on narrow cost-centred imperatives’
12.04.2016 More >

QEB News: Prosecution offer no evidence against Royal Agricultural University students accused of rape
12.04.2016 More >

QEB News: Edward Henry has had a busy July and August with 8 cases in a selection of courts and tribunals successfully defended – which included the prosecution offering no evidence in a conspiracy to murder following service of abuse argument; a PC cleared of assault; a Doctor’s reputation preserved at the MPTS; a joint enterprise robbery and an art fraud.
20.8.2015 More >

QEB News: Edward Henry represents Lord Cardigan in hat-trick of harassment acquittals
28.7.2015 More >

QEB News: Edward Henry comments on the future plans of the SFO
24.9.2014 More >

QEB News: Ranked as Leader in Crime by Chambers UK
28.7.2014 More >

QEB News: Student Disciplinary Hearing
25.9.2013 More >

QEB News: Naming Names of Rogue PIs?
9.9.2013 More >

QEB News: Koo Stark cleared of theft
20.6.2013 More >

QEB News: Koo Stark
9.10.2012 More >

QEB News: R v Tony Morris
12.7.2012 More >

Edward Henry: news

Edward Henry has had a busy July and August with 8 cases in a selection of courts and tribunals successfully defended – which included the prosecution offering no evidence in a conspiracy to murder following service of abuse argument; a PC cleared of assault; a Doctor’s reputation preserved at the MPTS; a joint enterprise robbery and an art fraud.
20.8.2015

August 2015:

R v Mohammed Miah: Conspiracy to murder (instructed by Sternberg Reed). Edward argued abuse of process;  the prosecution offered no evidence.

Kings Lynn Magistrates Court: Edward acted for a police constable cleared of assault (instructed by Slater Gordon).

MPTS: Edward represented a psychiatrist, of impeccable reputation, who faced a litany of accusations, including bullying, neglect of his patients and dishonesty. After the hearing, the MPTS Panel declined to interfere with the Doctor’s  unrestricted registration (instructed by the MDU).

July 2015:

R v Shaun Nunes: Edward acted for a DJ charged with joint enterprise robbery (instructed by Stokoe Partnership).  His client was acquitted. The two co-defendants, separately represented, were convicted.

R -v- Nicholas Philp:  High value art fraud (instructed by Shaw Graham Kersh). Following disclosure the prosecution offered no evidence against Edward’s client.

R v David Brudenell-Bruce: Lord Cardigan acquitted in three separate trials on allegations of harassment, two of which did not proceed beyond the close of the prosecution case.


Notable cases:

R v Martin and others (2016)
Defended student at Royal Agricultural University accused of rape. Prosecution offered no evidence following defence submissions.

R v P&P (Southwark) (2015)
Instructed to defend two company directors charged with insolvency offences – case adjourned. Instructed by Steven Young

R v F (Croydon Crown Court) (2015)
Successful defence of man accused of a campaign of gunpoint rape. Edward’s cross-examination of the complainant caused

R v P (Chelmsford Crown Court) (2015)
Successful defence of an accountant charged with sexual assault. Instructed by Raj Law.

R v B (Kingston Crown Court) (2015)
Successful defence of a fruit and vegetable trader charged with two counts of large scale cannabis smuggling – the only

R v F (CCC) (2014)
Tragic case of a paranoid schizophrenic who was misdiagnosed and went on to kill a sex worker. Plea to manslaughter accepted.

R v W (Manchester Crown Court) (2014)
Successful defence of a man accused of assisting Dale Cregan. Edward’s disclosure arguments directly led to the collaps

Earl of Cardigan (2014)
Edward Henry represented David Brundell-Bruce, Earl of Cardigan in criminal proceedings at Chippenham Magistrates Court.

Student Disciplinary Hearing (2013)
Edward Henry successfully represents student at disciplinary hearing.

R v Koo Stark (2013)
Koo Stark cleared of theft

NMC v H (2012)
Misconduct allegations repudiated after prolonged battle for the recall of witnesses following non-disclosure

Articles:

Cheating the public revenue (R v Lunn)
Should a series of tax cheats be charged as a single count or as a series of individual counts? Edward Henry reports in light on the recent Court of Appeal ruling.
21.03.2017
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Examining deferred prosecution agreements—SFO and Rolls-Royce
Edward Henry argues that a widespread move towards entering into deferred prosecution agreements could result in a shift away from trials and open justice.
31.01.2017
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Edward Henry comments on the Bribery Act 2010
28.10.2014
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Edward Henry comments on the future plans of the SFO
Interviewed by Jon Robbins of Lexis Nexis, Ed Henry considers David Green’s recent speech in which he outlined future p 24.9.2014
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Expert Evidence
Recent Developments in the Use of Experts and Admissibility of Expert Evidence � An International Perspe 3.11.2007
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Forensic lip-reading
Mary Luckham of London University examines a landmark case in which Edward Henry challenged the reliability of forensic lip- 19.12.2004
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