Acquitted of attempted murder and GBH

09.10.17 | |

Liam Walker’s client, ‘MS’, was today acquitted following a week-long trial at Inner London Crown Court.

 

MS was charged with attempted murder and causing grievous bodily harm with intent. The Crown alleged that MS, along with his cousin LS, had stabbed the complainant repeatedly whilst attending his home. The complainant suffered multiple life-threatening injuries. LS, previously a co-defendant, pleaded guilty to the alleged joint enterprise after initially claiming the attack had been carried out in lawful self-defence.

 

Despite having accepted being at the scene at the time of the attack MS was acquitted of all charges against him

 

Liam Walker is regularly instructed in cases involving allegations of murder and attempted murder. Liam was instructed by Ed Jones of Hodge Jones and Allen Solicitors.


The case has been reported in the London press.

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