November 2001 Issue 119, pages 76-80
The loneliest solicitor in England
Two of his three children are dead. His wife is in jail for their murder.
And he's sure that she is innocent.
Matthew Rushton meets Steve Clark, a City finance lawyer who must also now
campaign for justice.
Photography: Adrian Hobbs
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The full (2 Megabyte) article (pdf) has kindly been provided by Legal Business.
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This supportive article ends with an appeal for support for Sally:
The Legal Business readership
is one of the most well connected, influential, and intelligent
that any magazine is lucky enough to have.
We'd ask anyone reading to utilise any or all of those traits, should
they share the mounting concern over the treatment of Sally
Among the leading lights - in the legal profession and beyond -
who have already declared their support or expressed
reservations about the case are Rodger Pannone, senior partner of Pannone &
Partners, and Baroness Helena Kennedy QC, as well as the Lords Parry
Mitchell and David Owen.
(c) Legal Business Ltd 2001