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Malcolm Galloway has secured the acquittal of a farmer accused of ‘causing a water discharge activity’ at Oxford Crown Court

News | 17th Apr 2019

Malcolm Galloway, instructed by Neil Scott (DAC Beachcroft Bristol) has secured the acquittal of a farmer accused of ‘causing a water discharge activity’ at Oxford Crown Court. The prosecution was brought by the Environment Agency after the farmer’s  crop sprayer overturned and fractured on a roundabout in Oxfordshire. Approximately 4000 litres of herbicides and fungicides […]

Malcolm Galloway secured a ‘low culpability’ sentence for Northumbrian Water Ltd.

News | 24th Jul 2018

Malcolm Galloway secured a ‘low culpability’ sentence for Northumbrian Water Ltd (“NWL”) in a prosecution brought by the Environment Agency.  NWL had previously pleaded guilty to one offence under Regulation 12(1)(b) & 38(1)(a) Environmental Permitting (England & Wales) Regulations 2016 in relation to effluent discharged from its Sewage Treatment Works (‘STW’) at Broomley, Northumberland. NWL […]

Malcolm Galloway has secured the acquittal of KD.

News | 28th Jun 2018

Malcolm Galloway, instructed by Ian Manners at DAC Beachcroft, has secured the acquittal of KD, the Course Manager at a race where a spectator died after a collision with a mountain bike rider. KD had been accused of breaching section 7 of the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 by failing to ensure the […]

Malcolm Galloway has secured the acquittal of a large brickwork company

News | 18th May 2018

Malcolm Galloway, instructed by Steven Harrison at DAC Beachcroft, has secured the acquittal of a large brickwork company, Winchmore Ltd, after an allegation of breaching s.3 of the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974. On day two of the trial the prosecuting authority, the Health and Safety Executive, offered no further evidence and a […]


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