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Testimonials

At MI Solicitors we are focused on securing the best possible result for your case and each case is fought on its individual merits. Below are just a handful of cases and outcomes we have successfully delivered.

R v Mahmood
Rape
Defendant denied allegation. Alleged they were false and made.
Lack of evidence and contradicting statements by Victim and friends of Victim.
Prosecution offered no evidence before trial due to lack of evidence.

R v Belkaid
Handling stolen goods
Defendant denied knowledge of goods being stolen. D attended to purchase good advertised on Ebay.
Acquitted
Pleaded guilty to possession of stun gun (80 hours unpaid work)

R v Linton
ABH and gbh with intent
Pleaded guilty - 8 months (suspended for 16 months) and 150 hours unpaid work

R v Wright
Fraud by false representation
Pleaded guilty - 300 hours Unpaid Work

R v Zielinkski
Modern day human trafficking
Prosecution offered no evidence

R v Younis
Grooming/ rape of child
Defendant denied allegations, he stated he had never met the complaint or even spoken to her in any form. The defendant believes these allegations were false and there was some motive behind getting him convicted.
Prosecution offered no evidence before trial as there was no prospect of conviction

R v Deen
Possession with intent to supply class A drugs
Defendant accepted that the drugs found on them were for personal use. D denied any intention to supply these drugs to another.
Acquitted
Pleaded guilty to simple possession (6 months)

R v hickinbottom
Conspiracy to supply drugs via drones in to prisons
Pleaded guilty on day 3 of trial.
Sentence 4 years 8 months

R v Downer
Possession with intent to supply class A drugs.
Defendant accepted that the drugs found on them were for personal use (£80 worth of drugs)
D denied any intention to supply these drugs to another. There was no evidence of drug supply on defendant’s mobile phone.
Acquitted

R v Hussain
Robbery
Pleaded guilty - 12 month referral order

R v Malik
Conspiracy to supply drugs class A.
The defendant denied being involved in any conspiracy to supply drugs. He was never stopped with any drugs on his possession. He believes he was at the wrong place at the wrong time.
Prosecution Offered no evidence due to lack of evidence.

R v khan
Prison mutiny
Prison riots at hmp Birmingham
The defendant denied the allegations and the central issues in this case were ID. the defendant believes that he was mistakenly identified during this riot. He was never seen acting violently during this riot.
Acquitted after Trial

R v farrell
Conspiracy to supply class A drugs
Defendant accepted that the drugs found on them were for personal use. D denied any intention to supply these drugs to another.
Acquitted

R v taziva anderson
Robbery
The defendant denied being present at the time and involved in this incident.
There was many inconsistencies with the identification of Mr Taziva.
Successful half time submission
Acquitted

R v roach
Murder, robbery, kidnap
Following a 4 week trial at Birmingham Crown Court, Javon Roach was cleared of his involvement in the murder of 74 year old jeweller Ramniklal Jogiya.
Mr Roach was the only defendant to be cleared of all charges despite all co-defendants attributing sole responsibility for the murder on him. Two were convicted of murder and the other was convicted of manslaughter
Acquitted of all charges

R v khan
Acquiring money fraudulently
The defendant accepted that a he used the large sum of money that was trasnferred into his account. He stated he is an opportunist and took advantage of this money. He denied knowing how it was transferred and who from. He also denied transferring the property to other parties.
The Defendant was Found Guilty after trial
2 years suspended sentence.

R v Mahmood
Human Traficking
The defendant accepted that the individual that he was helping to enter the UK was his brother. He did not do this for any financial gain but for humanitarian reason. His brother had a longstanding medical Eye problem and thought it was in his best interest to receive treatment in the UK. 
Sentence -The Judge sentenced Mr Mahmood to a custodial sentence of 16 months which was suspended for 12 months. In her sentencing remarks the Judge remarked that she deals with these types of cases week in and week out and that this is “only the second time that” she has ever granted a Suspended Sentence Order in any case in a case of this nature. An unpaid requirement of 300 hours (which must be completed within 12 months) was also imposed together with a victim surcharge of £140.00.

R v Ajaz
Attempted Murder
The CCTV evidence in this case alone was insufficient and therefore the Prosecution did not oppose the application to dismiss.
Prosecution Offered no evidence due to lack of evidence.

R v Junaid
S18 GBH
The defendant denied being present at the scene or being involved in the incident. He was not picked out by and independent witness at an ID Parade.
Prosecution offered no evidence due to lack of evidence.

R v Askari
Possession of firearm/ammunition
The defendant denied possession and knowledge of the firearm. DNA of Defendant allegedly found on gun.
Success bail app in high court by Defendants Legal Team - The High court heard a judicial review application and quashed the decision to remand the defendant in custody.
Prosecution offered no evidence due to lack of evidence.
The defendant was acquitted after defence challenged the DNA evidence.

R v Rashid
S47 Abh
Prosecution offered no evidence due to lack of evidence.

R v Shazad
Possession with intent to supply a controlled drug of Class B
The defendant was found in possession of 1.78Kg of Cannabis
Sentenced to 14 months imprisonment.