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Defendant receives 21-years imprisonment having been convicted after a ten-week trial of a combination of historic and recent sex offences on teenage girls

Following a ten-week trial at Manchester Minshull Crown Court, Henry Blackshaw secured a 21-year sentence for former convicted drug dealer, Andrew Timblin, convicted of a combination of sex offences on two teenage girls. The 60-year old was convicted of 13 offences against his victims, including rape, sexual assault, unlawful wounding…Read more

Gran who killed two pedestrians sentenced to four years’ imprisonment

Richard Dawson defended a disabled grandmother who was sentenced to four years’ imprisonment after causing two deaths by her dangerous driving.   Teresa Sant, aged 58, veered across the road and mounted the pavement, where two colleagues, Victoria Hodge and Marie-Helene Gieblen, were standing after alighting a bus.  Sant, in addition to a five-year driving…Read more

Chambers is delighted to announce the door tenancy of John Harrison QC

Lincoln House Chambers is delighted to welcome the tenancy of John Harrison QC. John joins chambers as an associate tenant whilst retaining tenancy at St Paul's Chambers.   John was called to the bar in 1994 and appointed Queens Counsel in 2016. John is both a regulatory law and criminal law…Read more

Drugs Gang Imprisoned for Total of 37 Years

A professional drug dealer who ran a professional drugs gang, supplying locations in Hampshire with class A drugs, has been jailed with his accomplices for a total of 37 years. Anthony Busutill, of Grange Park Road, Manchester trafficked cocaine and heroin from Manchester to Portsmouth and Havant before his…Read more

Double Appeal Success for new tenant Lara McCaffrey

Our newest tenant, Lara McCaffrey, was successful in two conviction appeals in one day at Manchester Crown Court, on Friday 21st April. The first appeal against conviction related to an offence under Section 4 Public Order Act, the second was based on racially aggravated public order offences and was…Read more