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Investigatory failings result in no evidence being offered

R v W

Richardson Lissack was instructed to represent a computer engineer at Minshull Street Crown Court who had been charged with an offence of sexual assault. After detailed and persistent disclosure requests to the Crown Prosecution Service, several failings were established and identified from the investigatory stage of the proceedings. This resulted in no evidence being offered against our client on the first day of trial.

Eleanor Laws QC of QEB Hollis Whiteman was instructed

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