R v Qadir
Ben, leading Amy Jackson of St Ives Chambers, Birmingham, represented Mohammed Qadir, who was alleged to have conspired to murder three people shot in the gangland killing of Dante Mullings.
Mr Qadir was also alleged to have conspired to possess a firearm to endanger life.
After a three-and-a-half-month trial, Mr Qadir, who burned the car used in the shooting was acquitted of both counts. Four defendants were convicted and sentenced to a total of 113 years’ imprisonment.
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