Charter Chambers Seminar - Changes in Criminal Law and How They Work in Practice
Charter Chambers Seminar - Changes in Criminal Law and How They Work in Practice

Charter hosted a summer seminar on criminal law last night –¬†Changes in Criminal Law and How They Work in Practice.

The seminar covered the following topics (click on the title for a copy of the handout) –

Joint Enterprise – Focusing on the practical application of the law on secondary liability in the wake of the Jogee judgment – by Jason Cross
Res gestae – Consideration of this exception to the rule on hearsay and the admissibility of evidence, such as 999 calls.
Darren Snow mentors in National Final of the Citizenship Foundation Mock Trial Competition at the Royal Courts of Justice
Darren Snow mentors in National Final of the Citizenship Foundation Mock Trial Competition at the Royal Courts of Justice

Darren Snow attended the Citizenship Foundation National Mock Trial Final on Saturday 25th March at the Royal Courts of Justice with the team of sixth form advocates from Kings Edward VI Grammar School, Chelmsford. Darren has been their mentor and advocacy trainer for the last few months and despite this obvious handicap KEGS still managed to reach the national finals!!!