Zayd Ahmed Successful in s18 Grievous Bodily Harm Case

Zayd Ahmed, having considered the Crowns case, drafted a detailed basis of plea for a client charged with wounding with intent.  It was alleged by the Crown that the defendant, with others, stabbed the complainant unprovoked.

This basis of plea resulted in the Crown offering no evidence on the charge of wounding with intent.

The client  subsequently pleaded guilty to unlawful wounding and after thorough mitigation, received a suspended sentence of 18 months.

Zayd was instructed by Andreas Yiannaki of Stuart Miller Solicitors.

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