Nicholas Lumley QC and Chloe Hudson commended by the Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police in the Dennis Hoban Award for Crime Investigation

Nicholas Lumley QC and Chloe Hudson were commended in the Dennis Hoban Award for Crime Investigation awarded by the Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police for their work on Operation Panelmill, the investigation into the death of Tyron Charles who was shot in a shipping container on a smallholding in Denholme, Bradford in 2018 and then buried on moors near Oxenhope. James Sutcliffe was sentenced to 31 years’ imprisonment for the murder. Chief Constable John Robins, stated:

Working as a team, you showed innovation in both investigative practise and evidence presentation to ensure justice for a murder victim and his family in what was an extremely challenging enquiry.

Nicholas Lumley QC
Call 1992
QC 2012


Chloe Hudson
Call 2003


13th Nov 2020


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