Our client was living in a shared house ran by a housing association on an assured shorthold tenancy. Our client was Eritrean, and for the 7 years he had lived there all the other tenants had also been Eritrean.
Our client was the secure tenant of a Local Authority property (“LA”). His property suffered from structural movement, and serious disrepair including severe cracks in the walls and ceilings, damp and mould.
Ronnie Manek, In-House barrister instructed by Jack Stewart (Supervising Solicitor) assisted by Neslihan Kaya were instructed to represent KB, a former Police Community Support Officer for the allegations of Grievous Bodily Harm with Intent and associated offences of Possession of offensive weapons and Affray.
Five Legal Observers are suing the Metropolitan Police for their arrests, detention and assault, whilst monitoring police violence at protests in London in March and April 2021, against the then Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill.
We represented a vulnerable young person who had been charged with six offences of possession with intent to supply class A drugs and four offences of being concerned in the supply of class A drugs arising from three separate matters.