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Kama Melly QC interviewed following ‘The Archers’ Trial

Kama Melly QC was asked by the BBC to give an interview following a trial in the popular Radio 4 programme, ‘The Archers’. The trial involved the character, Helen Titchener, facing a charge of attempted murder, after stabbing her husband. Fans of the programme will be aware that Helen has been a victim of domestic abuse at the hands of her husband, Rob, due to his controlling and coercive behaviour.

During her interview, Kama was able to shine light on how the trial run in the programme compares to the modern day courtroom. Among other topics, Kama spoke about provisions for child witnesses to give evidence via pre-recorded video, and the recent pilot of pre-recorded cross-examination.

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Kama Melly QC is widely recognised as one of the foremost female advocates in the North East, known for her technical ability and as a powerful advocate. She is in constant demand from both the defence and the prosecution, receiving an increasing number of private instructions. She has a reputation for achieving positive results in cases which others have assessed as hopeless.