Conrad Hallin successfully defends the Chief Constable of Kent police in jury trial
20th December 2018
Conrad has successfully defended the Chief Constable of Kent police in jury trial involving allegations of assault, false imprisonment and misfeasance in public office. The Claimant alleged that he had sustained a head injury caused by the unlawful use of force by a police officer during a disturbance in Ashford Kent. The claim for misfeasance in public office was struck out on legal grounds. The claim for assault was dismissed on the basis that whichever version of events was preferred, the officer’s use of force was reasonable.
Instructing solicitor: Daniel West (BLM).
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