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Representing clients charged with the gravest of offences demands exceptional skill and expertise. We have extensive experience of acting for clients whose cases form headline news or are of particular legal importance and we offer the highest degree of expertise and dedication to their defence.
This was a high profile murder of a young father in Canning Town in which the police were highly criticised for failing to arrest the perpetrators of a knife attack on the deceased earlier that year.
Attempted murder of the Labour MP Stephen Timms at his constituency surgery in Beckton.
The defendant was charged with a contract killing by way of a shooting in the East End. This case involved a lengthy investigation and the consideration of a substantial amount of prosecution evidence.
A young client charged with the murder of a man attacked and stabbed in East London in what was alleged to have been gang related violence.
We represented a junior doctor charged with gross negligence manslaughter following the death of a patient who suffered complications after routine surgery. We continued to represent our client in proceedings before the General Medical Council, which ruled that he was permitted to continue to practice medicine.
The murder of a young man stabbed outside Lewisham police station in broad daylight. The case is now the leading authority on anonymity orders for prosecution witnesses.
Our client was originally charged with the murder of a Thames riverboat captain following an altercation in which the defendant punched the deceased, who then had a heart attack which resulted in his death. The deceased had suffered from a pre-existing heart condition. This was a forensically complicated case in which the expert medical evidence was central and our client was subsequently convicted of manslaughter following a trial. Kirsty Monighan was junior counsel in the case, which ensured continuity of representation by members of our firm from the police station right through to the trial at the Old Bailey.
Our firm acted for a woman charged with the attempted murder of her husband by attempting to poison him with anti-freeze.
Our client was charged with the murder of her young baby, who had died as a result of sustaining a brain injury. This was a highly sensitive and emotive case and our client was on police bail for a year before finally being charged with murder. Following the instruction of leading experts in the fields of neurology and paediatrics we made submissions to the Crown Prosecution Service which led to the case being dropped.
Four-handed murder and violent disorder in alleged gang related violence. Our client was acquitted of murder and received a sentence of two years’ imprisonment in respect of the violent disorder.
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