Double Murder Trial | Coventry Crown Court | Kangs Solicitors


Kangs Solicitors is currently defending a client charged with two counts of murder. Our client denies the double murder allegations and the trial has now entered its fifth week at Coventry Crown Court.

Our client is jointly charged with one other defendant who faces a single count of murder.

The case is factually and technically complex as a number of defence experts have been instructed including pathologists and DNA experts. 

Amandeep Murria of Kangs Solicitors is the lead defence solicitor in the case.

We have instructed Queens Counsel and Junior Counsel to represent our client.

The trial continues.

Who Can I Contact for Advice & Help? | Kangs Criminal Defence Solicitors

Our team is experienced in defending criminal proceedings of every nature including serious offences such as murder.

If you are in need of any advice and assistance in relation to any criminal law matter, please call our team at any of our offices detailed below for an initial no obligation discussion:

0207 936 6396

0121 449 9888

0161 817 5020




If you are subject to criminal proceedings or consider that this could be a possibility, you should seek professional advice immediately.

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.

Our team can be contacted as follows:  

Hamraj Kang

Email Hamraj

07976 258171

020 7936 6396

0121 449 9888

Helen Holder

Email Helen

0121 449 9888

020 7936 6396

Amandeep Murria

Email Amandeep

0121 449 9888

020 7936 6396

0161 817 5020

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