Custody for parents in Kian Dale death case prosecuted by Jonas Hankin QC and Antonie Muller

Tue, 02 May 2017

Jonas Hankin QC and Antonie Muller prosecuted the parents of 13-month-old Kian Dale for manslaughter by gross negligence.  Kian drowned in a bath after being left unsupervised by parents Wayne Dale and Lisa Passey, who have been sentenced to spend four-and-a-half years and four years in jail.

During the two-week trial, the court heard how Dale and Passey left baby Kian unsupervised in a bath upstairs whilst Dale was ‘using his computer’ and ‘socialising’ and Passey was drinking coffee and smoking.

Follow the link to read BBC News’ coverage on the case:

Jonas Hankin QC and Antonie Muller are members of the Crime Group at No5.


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