No5 barristers defend in Worcester acid attack case on a three-year-old child

Mon, 04 Feb 2019

Phil Bradley QC leads Chloe Ashley in the notorious Worcester case in which it is alleged that their client, the lead defendant ZN aged, 39 (who cannot be named for legal reasons) conspired to throw a corrosive fluid (here a form of sulphuric acid) on his three-year-old son. He is jointly charged alongside 6 others. The incident took place in the Tallow Hill area of Worcester. It forms part of Operation Lock. Phil and Chloe are instructed by Clayton Solicitors. 

James Doyle, instructed by Hussain Solicitors, defends Badiova.

The case is due to last six weeks and has attracted nationwide media attention. Please see the BBCSky News, the Telegraph and the Guardian

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