Kangs Solicitors has successfully represented two senior doctors in a criminal trial at Southwark Crown Court.
Both of our clients, one of whom is an eminent Consultant, were accused of false imprisonment and people trafficking. The allegations related to their ‘live-in nanny’.
The trial took place before a jury at Southwark Crown Court. Both of our clients were found ‘not guilty’ of the allegations.
Any conviction would have had devastating consequences for the careers of both of our clients. Thankfully, we were able to ensure that they walked away from court with their reputation and good name in-tact.
Defending Professional Clients | Kangs Criminal Defence Solicitors
Our team of solicitors has extensive experience of representing a wide range of professionally qualified clients including:
- medical professionals – doctors, nurses, pharmacists and dentists
- solicitors, legal executives and barristers
- accountants, tax advisors and financial advisors
- surveyors and building professionals,
- financial services professionals and city traders.
We are aware of the unique regulatory regime that governs each profession. This enables us to get to the core issues of the case quickly without the need to ‘learn’ the working practices of the profession with which we are already familiar.
As a result we are able to provide fast, effective and informed advice to our clients whatever the situation.
Our team is led by Hamraj Kang who has a considerable proven track record representing professionally qualified clients with a particular emphasis on acting for solicitors, legal executives and barristers.
Who Can I Contact For Help? | Kangs Solicitors
If you require advice and assistance in relation to any criminal investigation, we will be happy to provide an initial no obligation consultation to discuss the issues in your case.
Our solicitors are available to meet with you at our offices in London, Birmingham and Manchester or alternatively we can conduct any initial meeting via video conferencing or telephone.
Our team is here to help and can be contacted as follows: