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Why William Bache & Co?
Having been involved in military law for many years and having had a key role in one of the largest and high profile Public Inquiries in recent years in relation to allegations of ill treatment of detainees by British Forces in Iraq, we are very well placed to advise clients who may face allegations of this nature.
Our Court Martial successes include...
A Lt. Colonel in the Army Air Corps
In April 1998 following a nine day trial, our client was found not guilty of charges of scandalous conduct and prejudicing military discipline following his relationship with a female Naval Lieutenant Commander which commenced when they were working together for the Ministry of Defence in the office of the Chief of Defence Staff.
A Corporal in an Infantry Regiment
We successfully defended a Corporal in an Infantry Regiment accused of the manslaughter of a civilian Iraqi detainee and in connection therewith, a further charge of attempting to pervert the course of justice.
The Court Martial concerned was amongst the longest in English legal history.
Cpls. MH and KH
In July 1999 our above clients, together with three other accused, were instructors at the Army Training Centre at Winchester. Following allegations of abuse from recruits going through training, the instructors faced a total of 17 charges of ill-treatment.
All five accused were found not guilty of all charges.
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