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Nathan Davis: Reasonable expectation of privacy for those under police investigation https://t.co/eqBw7ZV1i4 https://t.co/YSuyDJbk6h

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Glenn Parsons discusses the pros and cons of advocacy in lockdown, including attending Leeds Crown Court in person… https://t.co/vdPqLRGQTM

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Covid-19 – Amended Listing Priorities and the North Eastern Circuit. @HolsgrovePSQB breaks down the guidance #psqbhttps://t.co/rSOR0EYwpr

Christopher Dunn secures acquittal of Army trooper in rape case

Christopher Dunn secured the acquittal of 25 year old Jamie Hill, a trooper with the Royal Dragoon Guards in a rape trial at Teeside Crown Court on Monday 4 July 2016. The case against Hill and his co-accused, who earlier pleaded guilty to charges of rape and sexual assault, was that the complainant was too drunk to consent. The jury came to a unanimous verdict after 30 minutes of deliberation and Hill was cleared of all charges, following the submissions of Mr Dunn during the 4 day trial.

Press coverage can be found  here.