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Murder defence for Gordon Cole QC
30 August 2016

Gordon Cole QC from Exchange Chambers represented defendant Sarah Williams in a high profile murder trial at Preston Crown Court. Williams, 35, was found guilty of murder and sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum term of ...

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Further expansion for Exchange Chambers in Leeds as it welcomes two new tenants
15 August 2016

Exchange Chambers has continued its expansion in Leeds by welcoming Fiona Clancy and Rachel Webster. Fiona Clancy was called to the Bar in 2013 and joins Exchange Chambers from 37 Park Square Chambers.  Her expansive practice covers criminal law, prison law, ...

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'Cold Case Review' appearance at the Old Bailey for Exchange Chambers Barristers Nick Johnson QC & Michael Rawlinson
10 August 2016

Nick Johnson QC,  leading Michael Rawlinson, also from Exchange Chambers, appeared this week at the Old Bailey before the Recorder of London, HHJ Nicholas Hilliard QC, in a complex 'Cold Case Review’ matter concerning historical allegations of attempted murder and rape of an 86-year-old...

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Michael Rawlinson represents bereaved family at high-profile inquest: jury return scathing conclusion of suicide contributed to by neglect
9 August 2016

Michael Rawlinson from Exchange Chambers has represented the family of Michael McMonigle, a popular school teacher, at the inquest in to his death. Mr McMonigle, who worked at Hurworth School, near Darlington was treated for anxiety and depression at ...

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Guy Vickers in credit hire “supercar” case success
3 August 2016

Guy Vickers from Exchange Chambers has successfully acted in a case which has further clarified the rules under which the party-at-fault in a road traffic accident may  be responsible for the non-fault party’s credit hire fees. Charles Gow owne...

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Successful Judicial Review for Steven Crossley
2 August 2016

The misconduct charges brought against a former police officer wrongly convicted of rape were unlawful and the decision not to reinstate him was wrong, according to a Judicial Review of a decision by the Police Appeals Tribunal. Steven Crossley from Exchange...

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