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    Kangs Solicitors Secure Acquittal | Trial at Birmingham Crown Court

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    June 15 , 2015 | Posted by Kangs Solicitors |

    Kangs Solicitors Secure Acquittal | Trial at Birmingham Crown Court

    Kangs Solicitors represented a man on a trial at Birmingham Crown Court for allegedly assaulting his ex-wife’s new husband.

    The Crown sought to rely on the evidence of four Prosecution witnesses in an attempt to paint the Defendant as the ‘jealous ex-lover’.

    Following a three day trial, the Defendant was unanimously acquitted by reason of self-defence.

    Steven Micklewright who was instructed commented ‘this was a very difficult case which on the face it, was a very strong Prosecution case’.

    Should you require any representation regarding a assault allegation or similar matter, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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