Gareth Evans QC and Dean Kershaw defend in Kenichi Phillips murder trial

Mon, 03 Oct 2016

Disharn Downie and Dean Silvera have been charged for the murder of eighteen-year-old Kenichi Phillips. It was heard that the teenager was shot in the throat as he strayed onto a rival drug dealer’s ‘turf’.

The jury heard that the brother of the victim, Kwamae Phillips, and passenger Khaleel Johnson were narrowly missed being injured by a second shot.

Both Downie and Silvera deny murder, attempted murder and possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life.

The trial continues.

This article was first published by the BBC, please click here to read the full story.

Gareth Evans QC and Dean Kershaw defend in this case please click here to view Garth Evans QC’s profile and here for Dean Kershaw’s.

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