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Justin McClintock secures unanimous acquittal in section 18 GBH trial

By November 28, 2013March 6th, 2014No Comments

Justin McClintock has secured the unanimous acquittal of an 18 year-old defendant accused of throwing boiling hot water in the face and chest of a fellow inmate at HMYOI Feltham. As a result of the attack the complainant sustained partial thickness skin loss and ‘hyper-pigmentation’ of the skin.

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Preparation for trial was beset by disclosure problems and it was ultimately necessary to make both s.8 and third-party disclosure applications.