Delighted Client | ‘Not Guilty’ Verdict


Kangs Solicitors has recently defended a client at Birmingham Crown Court charged with S.47 Assault (Offences Against the Person Act 1861) and Affray (Public Order Act 1986).

Mohammed Ahmed of Kangs Solicitors outlines the case and how the highly favourable result was achieved. Kangs Solicitors has been defending clients facing criminal charges for well over twenty years and has developed an enviable nationwide reputation for quality and success.

The Allegations | Kangs Assault Offences Defence Lawyers

The Prosecution alleged that whilst our client and her friends were being driven home in a taxi after a night out, a rear passenger vomited in the car which resulted in the driver stopping the vehicle and ordering them to leave.

The driver alleged that, whilst exiting the car, two passengers attempted to steal money from the front of the vehicle which resulted in an altercation involving violence against him which caused him actual bodily harm.

How We Assisted Our Client | Kangs Offences Against the Person Defence Lawyers

In preparation for Trial on behalf of our client, who insisted that, whilst she had a short altercation with the driver, she did not assault him, the Team at Kangs Solicitors, inter alia:

  • attended our client discussing the circumstances, obtained her detailed instructions and advised upon the appropriate course to adopt by way of preparation of her defence
  • thoroughly examined all the material served by the Prosecution
  • interrogated the interior and exterior car dash cam footage and CCTV
  • prepared and served a detailed Defence Case Statement
  • requested Disclosure of Further Evidence
  • identified and instructed appropriate counsel and attended him with our client.

The Successful Outcome | Kangs Crown Court Trial Lawyers

Due to the Covid Pandemic, our client, who had been arrested as far back as December 2018 and entered a ‘Not Guilty’ plea in November 2019, had to endure several Trial adjournments with her case being listed for Trial on three occasions.

Prior to the Trial date, forceful representations were presented to the Prosecution, including, inter alia, the failure of the CCTV evidence to support the allegations against our client.

Having considered and accepted such representations, the Prosecution offered no evidence to the Court in furtherance of its case which immediately terminated the prosecution resulting in ‘Not Guilty’ verdicts being entered on the Court Record. Naturally, our client was extremely delighted with the result achieved on her behalf by the Team at Kangs Solicitors and which brought to a conclusion the considerable amount of stress and worry suffered by her over the years since the allegations were originally made.

How to Contact Us | Kangs National Criminal Defence Solicitors

At Kangs Solicitors we understand the pressure faced by clients when faced with allegations of criminal misconduct of every nature and the attention to detail and commitment each client will require in the pursuit of the most successful outcome available.

If we can be of assistance, our Team is available via telephone 0333 370 4333 and by email info@kangssolicitors.co.uk.

We provide initial no obligation discussion at our three offices in London, Birmingham and Manchester.

Alternatively, discussions can be held virtually through live conferencing or telephone.


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