Bronia Hartley represented the Probation Service in a 2-week inquest concerning the murder of a 13-month-old-baby
Parklane Plowden barrister, Bronia Hartley represented the Probation Service in a two week inquest touching on the death of Orianna Crilly-Cifrova, a 13-month-old baby murdered by her mother’s partner, Jamie Chadwick, who was under investigation in relation to serious injuries suffered by another child at the time of her death.
Before entering a conclusion of ‘Unlawful Killing’, the Coroner considered the involvement of the Children’s Social Care department of Wigan Council, Greater Manchester Police, Royal Bolton Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Community Rehabilitation Company and the Probation Service in the events leading up to Orianna’s tragic death, with a particular focus on safeguarding practices and inter-agency working where there is or may be a risk to life.
Read the full article covering the inquest at www.dailymail.co.uk
Bronia has experience representing interested persons in a wide variety of inquests including those arising from deaths in custody and mental health units, as well as those arising from accidents at work and road traffic collisions. Bronia has a special interest in Article 2 inquests as a result of her appointment to the Attorney General’s ‘B Panel’ of Counsel.