We enjoy our status as a firm of solicitors who is prepared to undertake any challenge. We are diligent lawyers with a keen eye for detail. It is because of our diligence that we have had successes in defending client in the most serious of cases.
R-v- Klaudius Klimanski – October 2018. Simone Meerabux was the solicitor with conduct of this case which involved complex issues of pathologists, neuropathologists and blood splatter evidence during a six-week trial. Please read: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-kent-45991519
Student Liam Allan “betrayed” after Rape Trial Collapses – December 2017. We represented Liam who was accused of 12 accounts of rape. The case, at Croydon Crown Court, was eventually dropped after we insisted that the phone records be used as evidence at the hearing. The Police were ordered to hand them over and the case was dropped. Please read: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-42366629
R-v- Sarah Adams – Southwark Crown Court. This is a case where an organised criminal gang identified abandoned homes and sold them without the consent of the owners. We represented a bank worker who was the only defendant to be found not guilty of this multi-million pound conspiracy. After a 3 month trial our client was found not guilty. Please read https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/gang-made-millions-stealing-homes-114230147.html.
R –v- Thomas Akerman – Southwark Crown Court – This is a case of conspiracy to commit criminal damage to the London underground system by urban explorers. We had the case dismissed against our client. Please read – http://www.theguardian.com/education/2014/may/22/oxford-university-academic-shard-jail-place-hacker-garrett.
R v Kati Notcutt – CCC – April 2015. We represented the assistant of the main defendant who was accused of having made false mortgage applications since 2005 through his mortgage brokerage company. The case was dropped mid trial against our client.
R v Bernadett Szollos – Snaresbrook Crown Court – January 2015 – We represented a Hungarian Defendant that was allegedly simulating a family holiday to bring in cocaine in the UK, by hiding the drugs in golf clubs, carrying them on the Eurostar, from Paris. The defendant was one of the 11 accused, to have conspired on an international scale to bring class A drugs into the UK. After a four-month trial, the jury returned a “Not Guilty” verdict against our client in under 24 hours.
Our skilled outcome focused team work diligently to protect your interests in order to get you the best outcome.