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Zayd Ahmed secures unanimous acquittal in GBH trial at Wood Green Crown Court


Zayd Ahmed secured unanimous acquittals in record time in a trial where the defendant was charged with wounding.

The Crowns case was that the defendant had stabbed the complainant in the arm and further beat a second complainant with a wooden stick causing serious injuries.

After cross examining the complainants and demonstrating the inconsistencies with the evidence and successfully objecting to s34 adverse inferences, the defendant was acquitted.

The defendant and interpreter praised Zayd on his expert cross examination of the complainants.

Zayd was instructed by Chandrakant Solanki of EBR Attridge.


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