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Indecent Images Acquittal

Nicholas Wragg Posted by Nicholas Wragg, Associate Solicitor & Advocate, Criminal Law

Indecent Images Acquittal

Nicholas Wragg represented this defendant throughout this case, the trial of which was heard in the Crown Court. The defendant was accused of uploading indecent images using Chatstep, an online chatroom.

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Two leading Bath law firms combine private client practices

Bath law firms Stone King and Mowbray Woodwards are pleased to announce that Mowbray Woodwards is joining forces with Stone King’s Private Client team. The new combined practice will operate with effect from 1 December, making it one of the largest and most experienced Private Client teams in the South West.

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Two leading Bath law firms combine private client practices

Mowbray Woodwards brings together leading experts for annual conference

In October 2019 Mowbray Woodwards hosted their second annual conference bringing together leading practitioners and experts in the field of offender management.

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Mowbray Woodwards brings together leading experts for annual conference

Mowbray Woodwards receive top ranking in Chambers & Partners UK 2020

We are delighted to announce that we have received three rankings for Family law and Criminal law in the 2020 edition of The Chambers & Partners UK guide which was published on 10th October 2019.

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Mowbray Woodwards receive top ranking in Chambers & Partners UK 2020

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Case Studies

Indecent Images Case Review

Posted by Nicholas Wragg, Associate Solicitor & Advocate, Criminal Law

Nicholas Wragg, Solicitor and Higher Rights Advocate, reviews recent sexual offence cases and their outcomes.

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Drink Driving – Not Guilty

Posted by Charles Cronin, Solicitor, Motoring & Criminal Law

Motoring expert Charles Cronin reveals how a Christmas 'designated driver' could have been found guilty of drink driving - and how a foolish prank could have ended in tragedy.

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Indecent Images Cases in the News – Spring 2018

Posted by Nicholas Wragg, Associate Solicitor & Advocate, Criminal Law

Nicholas Wragg, Solicitor and Higher Rights Advocate, reviews recent sexual offence cases.

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