Nick Rhodes QC leading Clea Topolski (Roderick James in the first trial) secured acquittals following a re-trial at the Central Criminal Court (Old Bailey) of allegations of murder, s18 GBH and attempted s18 assaults. The case involved issues arising from London gangs rivalry and violence. Instructing solicitor was Simon Hancock of Mitchells Solicitors.
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