In the first incident Mills, along with his co-accused Ruwen James, entered a shop with a pistol and grabbed a customer threatening to shoot him. Money and cigarettes were handed over. Mills left the shop but then returned firing his gun – the bullet narrowly missing the shopkeeper.
Chris Dunn successfully prosecuted two men for the sexual assult of a teenage girl – both jailed for 29 years combined.
The defendant Ashley James Lloyd pleaded guilty to attacking two women 4 days into his trial at Leeds Crown Court.
The defendant had already pleaded to unlawful wounding and received a 3 year sentence of imprisonment as opposed to a 16 year extended sentence of imprisonment.
A man who repeatedly raped a woman in her sleep has been jailed for 11 years at Leeds Crown Court.
The defendant Tim Baker was found guilty of rape, coercive and controlling behaviour, wounding and assault at Bradford Crown Court in March. He was acquitted on 2 other rape charges.
The collision was the subject of an investigation by the Independent Office for Police Conduct and in late 2019 the officer was charged with the two allegations of causing serious injury by dangerous driving.
The three men jump the dock at Leeds Crown Court after being found guilty of robbery and theft of a vehicle.
Only one day to go before our annual Criminal Seminar at the Leeds BPP Law School.
Speakers and topics have been announced for our Annual Criminal Seminar which takes place at the BPP Law School on Saturday 5 October.
Christopher Dunn attended at Sheffield Crown Court where a Rotherham maths teacher was sentenced to 6 years imprisonment on charges relating to sexual activity with a child.
In a case that has attracted national media interest, Christopher Dunn appeared on behalf of the Crown Prosecution Service to prosecute a trans-gender prisoner who sexually assaulted two inmates at a women’s jail.