Emma Scott represents man charged with Grievous Bodily Harm with intent on his ex-partner.

09.05.18 | |

Mr Ndiaye was convicted of Grievous Bodily Harm with intent, burglary with intent to commit Grievous Bodily Harm, and common assault, in what the Judge described as, “the most savage attack in front of neighbours”.


Mr Ndiaye was assessed as a dangerous offender.  The offences included a substantial collection of aggravating features, including previous convictions for domestic violence.  Emma successfully mitigated the total sentence imposed to 13 years' imprisonment with an extended licence period of 5 years.


Emma was instructed by Robert Dynowski at Steel & Shamash. 


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