Howe and Co have continued to support Defendants defending an injunction sought by various Claimants of the Fitzwilliam hunt. Having successfully resisted the majority of the injunction at first hearing, the return date for the judgement has been listed for the 16 November 2018 of the interim injunction.
The case has been crowd funded in part using the site Crowd Justice, those continuing to wish to make a contribution to this campaign can do so here. Please do continue to assist these Defendants who have made a great contributions to the advancement of the fight against unlawful fox hunting.
Crowd funding via Crowd Justice has been an excellent experience, and we encourage the use of this vital resource for access to justice as discussed in the Guardian.
These groups have taken part in numerous successful prosecutions of persons associated with fox hunting, and it is hoped that the Court take this into account when considering the outcome of this case.
A large number of the Defendants are represented by Adam Tear a solicitor advocate of Howe and Co and Ashley Underwood QC from Cornerstone Chambers.