July 2019 – Man acquitted on grounds of pre-emptive self defence

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Mark Troman appeared at the trial of man who had punched a neighbour in the face causing significant bleeding.  Pre-emptive strikes are permissible in law but notoriously difficult in practice.  Mark’s meticulous preparation and advocacy undermined the credibility of the complainant while presenting the defence case in a clear and persuasive manner.


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