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14 11, 2019

Legal Aid – Death by a thousand cuts

Shaun Murphy, Senior Partner at Edwards Duthie Shamash. [...]

11 10, 2019

Chambers & Partners 2020

Chambers & Partners 2020 Listing COURT OF PROTECTION [...]

3 10, 2019

Successful at Golf Hearing

Shaun Murphy, Senior Partner at Edwards Duthie Shamash. [...]

23 05, 2019

Introducing Edwards Duthie Shamash

As Senior partner of Edwards Duthie Shamash, I am delighted to inform you that Edwards Duthie Shamash is to merge with another firm of solicitors, Steel & Shamash, in June 2019.

30 04, 2019

London Legal Walk

On the 17th June, we're taking on 10K for justice at the 2019 London Legal sponsored walk.

6 02, 2019

Supreme Court Ruling on disclosure of old or minor offences

A landmark case by the Supreme Court has ruled that the current laws on disclosure of criminal records is ‘plainly disproportionate’. As a result of this ruling many thousands of people may not be required to disclose old or minor criminal offences when applying for jobs.

1 11, 2018

Success in obtaining a costs award against the Crown Prosecution Service

Edwards Duthie Shamash were again successful in obtaining a Costs Award against the Crown Prosecution Service on behalf of two clients involved in criminal proceedings. Both were acquitted of serious offences of dishonesty.

21 05, 2018

Success in removing police caution

Edwards Duthie Shamash succeeded in having a caution removed for a client following a domestic incident with his wife.

30 04, 2018

Edwards Duthie Shamash secure substantial costs award against the Crown Prosecution Service

Edwards Duthie Shamash were successful in obtaining a costs award against the Crown Prosecution Service for just over £13,000 following our clients’ acquittal in Crown Court proceedings. Both had been accused of stealing monies from an elderly relative.

29 04, 2018

Edwards Duthie Shamash secure acquittal in major drugs trial

Edwards Duthie Shamash were recently successful in securing an acquittal in a very serious drugs trial conducted at Blackfriars Crown Court. The Defendant was charged with being concerned with the fraudulent importation of heroin and cocaine said to be in the region of approximately £25m.