Conor Monighan acts in important inquest

21 June 2024

This week an inquest was held into the tragic death of Leah Croucher, a 19-year-old girl who was killed on her way to work.

The inquest concluded that Leah was unlawfully killed by a convicted sex offender called Neil Maxwell.

The Senior Coroner, Tom Osborne, decided to issue a Regulation 28 notice to the Home Secretary and/ or the Prisons Minister, calling for a “fundamental review” of how sex offenders are monitored in the community.

Conor Monighan was instructed on behalf of Thames Valley Police, whose statement is available here.

The case has been reported by the BBC, ITV, Sky among others.

Conor is frequently instructed in high-profile and sensitive inquests. His clerks can be contacted on 020 7410 2000


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