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News & Cases

March Cases 2017

R v B Our client was alleged to have assisted with a planned robbery on a house in Brighton with the intention of stealing vast amounts of money. This was allegedly orchestrated by a prisoner and his associates in London....
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Marriage rate increases

Despite the turbulent climate we live in post Brexit and Trump, people are still seeking romantic partnerships, or solace, with the number of marriages increasing according to the Office of National Statistics. The latest figures taken show an increase in nearly 3%....
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October Cases 2016

R v M Our client was charged with cultivating a large number of cannabis plants found inside his house when the police found his friend dead. This case should have been sent to the crown court due to its seriousness...
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May Cases 2016

R v A Police suspected that two of our clients were involved in an organised high value dwelling burglary conspiracy, which included 5 individuals and operated across the south of England. At court in preparation for the trial, the case...
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Drink drive offence – case

Our client was charged with drink driving as a result of a high reading of alcohol recorded in their breath, which if found guilty would have meant being disqualified for over 2 years. We managed to persuade the prosecutor on...
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Judge slams blatant dishonesty

A High Court Judge has said that a costs judgement against a dishonest party should act as a deterrent to others considering deceiving the Court. Sir Peter Singer said the husband in a divorce settlement case, named as Clive Joy-Morancho,...
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Ignore the court at your peril

A hospital consultant Essam Ali was ordered to pay all his assets worth £550,000 to his wife in a controversial case. The husband left his family and moved abroad to Bahrain and has not paid a penny in maintenance or...
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