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Zayd Ahmed secures unanimous acquittal in sexual assault trial where the jury deliberated for less than 20 minutes.


Zayd Ahmed was able to secure the acquittal of his client who was charged with sexual assault and the use of violence at Wood Green Crown Court.

The defendant was alleged to have sexually assaulted a member of police staff on the underground service during rush hour. It was also alleged that the defendant assaulted the complainant when she challenged him.

After thorough cross examination of the complainant and challenges to the investigation, the jury reached a unanimous in record time.

Zayd was instructed by Mr Oludotun Ogunfolu at Olives Solicitors.

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