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Acquittal for solicitor after Crown Court trial

R v SR

Richardson Lissack was instructed by a solicitor following allegations of violence, and other offences allegedly committed under the Serious Crime Act 2015.

After a 7-day trial, SR was unanimously acquitted of all charges.

Lisa Wilding QC of 23 Essex Street Chambers instructed.

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