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Criminal Defence | Sunday 28 January 2018

Young Somali man walks free after exercising the right to silence and acquittal of Possession for intent to supply Class B drugs and assault on police

Lalith de Kauwe was instructed by Sudesh Bopitiya, and Mohammad Miah, SBG Solicitors.

Lalith de Kauwe

Criminal Defence | Wednesday 17 January 2018

Rasta acquitted of revenge GBH

Lalith de Kauwe defended the middle aged Rastafarian who was unanimously acquitted of an alleged 'revenge attack'.

Lalith de Kauwe

Garden Court Chambers | Wednesday 20 December 2017

Comment piece: why I specified the ethnicity of a defendant acquitted of kidnap, blackmail and robbery

Race has been highlighted here as it is particularly important to publicise the acquittal of black people.

Lalith de Kauwe

Garden Court Chambers | Wednesday 20 December 2017

Young Asian man acquitted of kidnap, blackmail and robbery

Lalith de Kauwe of Garden Court Chambers was instructed by Natasha Patel, Lloyds PR Solicitors.

Lalith de Kauwe

Criminal Defence | Tuesday 3 October 2017

Kurdish restauranteurs acting in self-defence were acquitted of affray and possession of offensive weapons on a submission of no case

Lalith de Kauwe represented the father and Tom Wainwright represented the son who were attacked by a group of men armed with weapons late at night as they closed their restaurant.

Tom Wainwright Lalith de Kauwe

Criminal Defence | Monday 11 September 2017

Gujarati Mother suffering from depression and PTSD aquitted of threatening her abusive brother-in-law with a blade, and wounding with intent

Our Lalith de Kauwe secured verdicts of not guilty after a 6 day trial at Isleworth Crown Court. 

Lalith de Kauwe

Criminal Defence | Friday 1 September 2017

Lalith de Kauwe secures unanimous acquittal for defendant charged with GBH

The defendant was represented by Lalith de Kauwe of Garden Court Chambers' Crime Team.

Lalith de Kauwe

Criminal Defence | Tuesday 18 July 2017

Ahmed Khalil acquitted of affray on a submission of no case to answer

Lalith de Kauwe of Garden Court Chambers successfully defended Ahmed Khalil at Woolwich Crown Court.

Lalith de Kauwe

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