Partner Maria Theodoulou comments in relation to the Supreme Court ruling that Joint Enterprise had been wrongly interpreted for more than 30 years.

 

Maria’s comments were published in the following publications:

The Daily Telegraph – 18 February 2016
The Law Society Gazette – 18 February 2016
Daily Mail – 18 February 2016

“Hundreds of convicted murderers could launch appeals against their conviction after the Supreme Court ruled that the principle of joint enterprise had been wrongly applied for more than 30 years…

…Maria Theodoulou, a partner at Stokoe Partnership Solicitors, said: “I think lawyers can expect many calls, probably running into the thousands. This ruling will reverberate with those who have been convicted of joint enterprise offences but this does not automatically mean they can appeal their convictions.””

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