Amandeep Murria (‘Aman’) is Head of the Serious Crime Department Team at Kangs Solicitors.
As the result of being a solicitor for more than twenty years, Aman has accumulated a great wealth of knowledge of the highest level in Criminal Litigation.
In 2003 Aman established his own legal practice specialising in Criminal Defence Services which developed an extremely strong client base. He subsequently joined forces with Kangs Solicitors in 2011.
He has successfully defended clients nationwide in all aspects of very serious and complex crime.
Aman is an extremely accomplished solicitor and has represented hundreds of clients from the early stages of a dawn raid and investigation, providing crucial advice and assistance of the highest standard to both corporate and private individual clients.
Aman provides representation from the Magistrates’ Court through to the Crown Court, ensuring cases are meticulously and carefully prepared seeking achievement of the best possible outcome for each and every client.
Aman is regularly instructed by clients to defend them in respect of criminal prosecutions of every nature including:
- Conspiracy to Murder
- Murder | Manslaughter
- Kidnap & Blackmail
- False Imprisonment
- Conspiracy to Supply Drugs | Drug Importation
- Conveying Articles into Prison
- Fraud | Money Laundering Acquisition | Use | Possession of criminal property
- Perverting the Course of Justice
- Firearms offences
- Armed Robbery | Robbery
- Sexual Offences | Sexual Offences against Children
- Violent Disorder | Riot
- Facilitation of Illegal Immigration
- Death by Dangerous | Careless Driving
Aman also has great experience in defending clients facing confiscation proceedings under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.
Examples of Defences conducted by Aman on behalf of his clients include the following.
Murder | Manslaughter Offences
R v G – Birmingham Crown Court
Acquitted of Murder and Manslaughter. Represented one of three accused of the murder of a friend with whom they had been drinking earlier in the day. Our client was alleged to have been involved in a vicious group attack upon the victim which resulted in his death.
R v M – The Old Bailey
Represented the husband of the couple accused of murdering their French nanny and then attempting to dispose of her remains by barbecuing them in the garden of their property.
R v G – Birmingham Crown Court
Acquitted of Conspiracy to Murder. Represented one of three defendants alleged to have been involved in planning to carry out an assassination / revenge shooting with a firearm.
R v K – Warwick Crown Court
Secured an acquittal for a client charged with the murder of a child . A number of medical experts were instructed which resulted in no evidence being offered by the Prosecution.
R v A – Birmingham Crown Court
Acquitted of Murder. Our client was the first person to be extradited from the UAE to the United Kingdom to face a murder trial.
R v D – The Old Bailey
Represented a defendant charged with Murder and Possession of a Firearm arising from the activities of two rival Turkish gangs in London.
Serious Complex Crime
R v C – Maidstone Crown Court
Represented a defendant charged with the Evasion of Duty on cigarettes in the sum of £16million.
R v D – Canterbury Crown Court
Represented a defendant charged with the Evasion of Duty on alcohol in excess of £50million.
R v N – Birmingham Crown Court
Represented a defendant in a large scale Conspiracy to Import in excess of 100 Kilos of heroin into the United Kingdom.
R v F – Birmingham Crown Court
Secured acquittal for defendant charged with large scale Conspiracy to Supply Class A Drugs. The instructions to supply the Class A Drugs came from a serving prisoner.
R v M – Preston Crown Court
Represented a defendant charged with a Conspiracy to Make a False Instrument namely interrupter devices used to manipulate the readings of tachograph equipment.
R v R – Birmingham Crown Court
Secured an acquittal for a defendant for possession of a firearm recovered from a car he was driving.
R v K – Coventry Crown Court
Secured an acquittal for a defendant charged with multiple rapes.
Major Prosecuting Authority Work
Aman represents both corporate and private individual clients in proceedings brought by all the major prosecuting authorities including:
- National Crime Agency
- Health and Safety Executive
- Environment Agency
- Insolvency Service
- Local Authorities investigating food safety and hygiene and all types of regulatory work
Aman has a reputation for building a strong rapport with his clients and earning their trust.
He is available to meet with clients at any of the offices of Kangs Solicitors in Birmingham, London and Manchester.
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