Dr Anton van Dellen questioned a detective in the Corrie McKeague inquest about a bin weight reset.
Anton asked the detective about an electronic device kept in the cab of the bin lorry and used by the driver for bin weights which was returned to factory settings the day before it was collected by the detective. The detective’s evidence was that he thought that that action was highly suspicious. Anton was representing Corrie’s father Martin McKeague and some other members of the McKeague family. There has been extensive press coverage of the inquest:
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Corrie Mckeague inquest: Detective ‘suspicious’ of bin weight device reset – BBC News
Corrie McKeague: Inquest told bin-weighing device was reset before it was handed over to police | ITV News Anglia
Corrie McKeague inquest: Detective ‘suspicious’ of reset of bin weights device – Cambridgeshire Live (cambridge-news.co.uk)
Police do not think man refuse collector saw was Corrie McKeague, inquest at Suffolk Coroner’s Court hears (suffolknews.co.uk)
Police do not think man refuse collector saw was Corrie McKeague, inquest hears | The Northern Echo
Barrister on this case – Dr Anton van Dellen
Dr Anton van Dellen has experience in a wide range of defamation proceedings, ranging from pre-action advice to fully contested High Court claims and appeals up to the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court. He also has sound experience in bringing Judicial Reviews and appeals against a wide range of public authorities, challenging decisions for being unlawful, irrational and/or failing to follow published guidance. High Net Worth clients are represented by Dr Anton van Dellen in a range of litigation involving disputes over assets.