15
Mar
14

Case against Lloyd Webber’s gamekeeper moves to trial

scales of justiceThe case against a gamekeeper employed on Andrew Lloyd Webber’s estate in Hampshire has moved to trial.

Mark Stevens, 42, is accused of a series of trapping offences alleged to have taken place on the Sydmonton Court Estate, Hampshire, in August and September last year. He has denied the charges.

His trial will take place in July 2014.

See here for previous blog.

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1 Response to “Case against Lloyd Webber’s gamekeeper moves to trial”


  1. March 15, 2014 at 11:37 am

    Hope that we see a fair trial which leads to the right verdict, and if this person should be found guilty, I hope we see an appropriately punitive sentence. If open warfare on species like tawny owls is condoned, we might as well all give up.


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