Gordon Dangerfield

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(solicitor, advocate)
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Gordon Dangerfield is a Scottish Solicitor Advocate who has represented a number of high-profile cases, including Tommy Sheridan and Craig Murray.[1]

Tommy Sheridan

One of Lord Turnbull's first cases on the Bench was Sheridan v News International, the Tommy Sheridan libel case against the publishers of the News of the World where he set aside the decision of the jury which was in favour of Sheridan.

Interest on damages

Lawyer Gordon Dangerfield reported:

As a matter of interest, he was also the presiding judge, in 2006, in the Tommy Sheridan defamation trial where, fortunately for Tommy, the case was decided by a jury and not the judge. As a result, I appeared before Lord Turnbull representing Tommy a couple of years ago to seek interest on the damages awarded by the jury, a request which was resoundingly refused by the judge. We appealed to the Inner House, where Lord Turnbull’s decision was, equally resoundingly, overturned by the Lord President Lord Carloway and two other senior judges, and Tommy got his interest — another £170,000 odd.[2]

 

A Document by Gordon Dangerfield

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
Document:The Crown came for Craig Murrayblog post29 July 2021Craig Murray
James Wolffe
Lady Leeona Dorrian
Nicola Sturgeon
Dorothy Bain
Alan Turnbull
Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service
Alex Salmond
UK/Supreme Court
European Court of Human Rights
“I go to jail with a clean conscience after a Kafkaesque trial. I believe this is actually the state’s long sought revenge for my whistleblowing on security service collusion with torture and my long term collaboration with Wikileaks and other whistleblowers."


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