Stephen Lomax has represented hunts, terriermen and gamekeepers in court as an expert witness in badger cases. He is founder member of the Veterinary Association for Wildlife Management, previously known as Vets for Hunting. He’s provided advice to the Master of Foxhounds Association and also to individual members of the Federation of Welsh Packs, which regulates packs of foxhounds in Wales. He’s a Barrister of Lincoln’s Inn.
Jurors found Stephen Lomax guilty of death by careless driving yesterday at Shrewsbury Crown Court.
Yesterday, prosecuting barrister Nicholas Smith told jurors Lomax initially tried to minimise his culpability to the police when he said he was driving at 40mph before applying his brakes.
The court heard the speed of impact was 40mph and Lomax later admitted, after hearing evidence from an independent collision investigator, that he may have been driving “significantly faster”.
Full details: Shropshire Star