Malcolm Galloway and Adam Samuel, instructed on behalf of the Defendant by Ash Sharma of DAC Beachcroft, have secured an acquittal in the trial of R v Willocks at Shrewsbury Crown Court.
Mrs Willocks was cleared of causing the death of a cyclist by careless driving in a collision involving four vehicles in October 2012.
The trial, which lasted for 3 weeks and heard evidence from numerous forensic experts, raised complex evidential and legal issues relating to circumstances of the accident and the causation of the deceased's fatal injuries.
Further coverage of the case is available by clicking here.
ACQUITTAL, DEATH, malcolm galloway, adam samuel, motor defence, travel, motor, beachcroft, R v Willocks, Shrewsbury, cyclist
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