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Kenworthy's News

Below is a list of our latest news articles.

Jonathan Greer Officially Joins Kenworthy’s Chambers Immigration Team by Kenworthy's Chambers 05/12/2018

We are pleased to announce that Jonathan Greer has officially joined Kenworthy's Chambers Immigration Team; before joining Kenworthy’s, Jonathan was a Solicitor with Higher Rights of Audience in Civil Proceedings, advising in all areas of Personal and Business Immigration, Asylum, Nationality and Human Rights law from initial applications to Higher Court proceedings.
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Barry Grennan and David Morton Secure GBH Acquittal at Nottingham Crown Court by Kenworthy's Chambers 28/11/2018

Barry Grennan instructed by Bhandal Law and David Morton instructed by SKR Legal successfully represented their clients at Nottingham Crown Court following a 8-day trial before the Former Honorary Recorder of Derby, HHJ Burgess.
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John Richards Success in Burglary Trial Involving 100k of Stolen Goods by Kenworthy's Chambers 16/11/2018

John Richards prosecuted a defendant who was found guilty for the burglary of items with a total value of around £100,000. The stolen goods included £60,000 worth of personal items, including jewellery.
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Daniel Brassington Joins Kenworthy’s Civil & Personal Injury Team by Kenworthy's Chambers 15/11/2018

We are pleased to announce that Daniel Brassington has joined Kenworthy's Civil & Personal Injury Team; Daniel was recently called to the Bar in 2018, having handled a mixed case load of civil and personal injury matters in the County Courts and High Court as Solicitor-Advocate
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Daniel Harman Secures Back to Back Acquittals at Preston Crown Court by Kenworthy's Chambers 14/11/2018

Daniel Harman today secured a second acquittal in as many weeks. Mr Harman successfully defended in a case involving the alleged disposal of a firearm linked to a robbery and secondly in case involving allegation of a sexual nature and supply of controlled drugs.
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