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Ben Brown secures unanimous acquittal at Kingston Crown Court for his 18-year-old client who was alleged to have committed an assault with a knife.


Ben’s client was charged with Assault Occasioning Actual Bodily Harm and Theft following an altercation at the checkout of a supermarket, which resulted in a knife being produced.

A successful submission of no case to answer was made on the theft charge at the close of the prosecution case.  The jury went on to acquit Ben’s client of the ABH.

Ben was instructed by Riccardo Pagano of Thompson & Co Solicitors.


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