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April 2011 Cases:

R v Wood
Mr Wood charged with attempted murder and wounding with intent, was alleged to have stabbed his victim 6 times in the back and once in the side, causing serious life threatening wounds. The defence secured acquittals on both counts.

R v Fletcher
Charged with cultivation of Cannabis on a large scale, the client avoided a prison sentence we persuaded the court that despite the amount of drugs it was not for commercial gain.

R v Lawson
R v Clement
Both cases involved defendants found with relatively large numbers of high level indecent images of children and both faced a custodial sentence, however our argument against an immediate custodial sentence was accepted by the court.

R v Ramzi
In a high profile case a local businessman, alleged to have kidnapped a young female plying her with alcohol and drugs before raping her, was found not guilty of rape.

R v Smith
Despite strong evidence the defendant was acquitted of s.20 GBH and assault after a trial where he was alleged to have repeatedly stabbed a victim with a knife and assaulted his heavily pregnant wife. The defence had to deal with a highly charged case.

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