Kangs Solicitors have successfully defended a client, who is a pharmacist, charged with rape. The Prosecution alleged that our client had raped a female following an evening at a popular night spot in Central London. However, following a trial lasting six days at Wood Green Crown Court, our client was unanimously acquitted by the jury.
Kangs Solicitors are defending a qualified pharmacist facing allegations of rape whose trial commenced on 15th May 2017. Position To Date | Kangs Crown Court Trial Solicitors The Prosecution are alleging that our client raped a female following an evening at a popular night spot in Central London. Our client strongly denies these allegations. The
Section 67 of The Serious Crime Act 2015 inserts a new section 15A into the Sexual Offences Act 2003. Helen Holder of Kangs Solicitors examines this new offence (’the new offence’) which comes into force on the 3rd April 2017. The New Offence | Kangs Solicitors Defending Sexual Abuse Allegations The new offence is committed
Kangs Solicitors have recently successfully defended a client charged with an allegation of a sexual offence committed in 1991. The Charge Our client was charged in accordance with the law applicable in 1991 with one count of buggery contrary to section 12(1) of the Sexual Offences Act 1956. The Allegation The allegation, made by a
Sukhdip Randhawa of Kangs Solicitors takes a look at the orders introduced by the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 which replaced the former Sex Offenders Prevention Order, Risk of Sexual Harm Orders and Foreign Travel Orders. Sexual Harm Prevention Orders| Kangs Criminal Defence Solicitors A Sexual Harm Prevention Order (‘a Prevention Order’) can
There has been considerable publicity in relation to the recent acquittal of footballer Ched Evans who had previously been convicted of rape following a Crown Court trial in 2012. He served 20 months of a five year jail sentence. His conviction was quashed by the Court of Appeal earlier this year and, following a re-trial
Kangs Solicitors represented the son of an international diplomat who went on trial at Snaresbrook Crown Court on the 25th July 2016 accused of rape. The complaint dated back to 2014, following a city break in London made by the client who is a French National. During the client’s break he met the complainant at
Kangs Solicitors represented two defendants in a trial at Warwick Crown Court concerning historical allegations of interfamilial child sex offences between 2004 and 2010 involving a total of three complainants. Our two clients were charged with various sexual offences both under the Sexual Offences Act 2003 and the Sexual Offences Act 1956 including indecent assault,
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