Trisan Hyatt acted in an appeal regarding hybrid hearings, and the circumstances in which they should be held during the current pandemic. In her 'short and effective' submissions, she emphasised the position of the children C (Children : Covid-19: Representation):
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Dr Onyoja Momoh acted in the matter of AMDK v NA  EWHC 1548 (Fam) concerning the recognition of a Ugandan adoption. The reported judgment is now available, and has been adopted as a precedent in Ugandan law.
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Mark Eldridge represented the Crown in the Court of Appeal, Criminal Division. The Court refused permission to appeal on the ground that an
aggravated burglary of which the Defendant had been convicted was an abuse of process. The Defendant argued that his bad character should not have been before the jury. It was held that he had sought deliberately to give a false impression to the jury.
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