Linton, who is currently serving a life sentence in the US for a fatal shooting in New York. He was given an additional life sentence today (27 September 2021) and was told that he will have to serve a minimum term of 31 years 312 days further imprisonment before he will even be considered for release by the parole board.
Ricardo Linton has been convicted of the murder of Mohammed Basharat after a 5-week trial at Bradford Crown Court.
In a 5-week trial at Bradford Crown Court before the Recorder of Bradford (HHJ Mansell QC), the prosecution alleged that Alex Bates, Rashpal Singh Gill and Mohammed Jawaid Khan had attacked Paul Ackroyd who was later found dead outside Khan’s home address at Jinnah Court.
Mustafa and Breslin -v- The Environmental Agency  EWCA Crim 597 The Court of Appeal handed down a Judgment on 06 May 2020 dismissing an appeal brought against the Environment Agency about the interpretation of the meaning of an “exempt facility” under the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2010. At the time of the […]
Yesterday, 26 March 2020 at 13:00 The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (England) Regulations 2020 (No. 350) came into force in England. Holly Clegg explains what these new regulations mean for businesses and individuals.
Three men have been convicted of the brutal torture and murder of a man in Bradford.
Proceedings were brought against the Defendant after it was discovered that he had been carrying out unregistered gas work and had failed to ensure that the Complainants were not exposed to risks to their health and safety. He pleaded guilty on 28 November 2019 to an offence under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.
Only one day to go before our annual Criminal Seminar at the Leeds BPP Law School.
Thanks to all those who attended our Masterclass of the Coroners Court and Inquests on Wednesday at the county hall in Matlock.
Speakers and topics have been announced for our Annual Criminal Seminar which takes place at the BPP Law School on Saturday 5 October.
Holly Clegg discusses the matter of an application by Theresa Jordan for leave to apply for judicial review.
Thank you to everyone that attended and supported the PSQB Criminal Seminar on Saturday.