Kevin Williams

Client Unanimously Acquitted of Causing Death by Careless Driving

19 February, 2018

GT Stewart represented T at Woolwich Crown Court, who was charged with one count of causing death by careless driving. T, an experienced HGV driver with a clean driving record, was arrested in August 2016 following a collision with a pedestrian in Regent Street, London. T was charged on the basis that he, according to […]

Client Unanimously Acquitted of GBH

6 December, 2017

Mr M recently stood trial at Northampton Crown Court charged with GBH with intent. He was alleged to have wounded the complainant with a machete and iron bar inside his own home address in July 2016. Mr M always maintained his innocence stating that he defended himself after returning home to find it had been […]

Client Issued With Caution Despite Strong Opposition From Police

5 September, 2017

GT Stewart acted for N, a female of good character, who was charged with intentionally obstructing cabin crew following an incident on a flight from the Caribbean to Birmingham. N was alleged to have argued with a fellow passenger and was arrested upon landing at Birmingham Airport. In interview, N accepted arguing with the passenger […]

Vulnerable Client Found Not Guilty of All Charges

3 July, 2017

JZ stood trial last week at Snaresbrook Crown Court, where he faced a charge of GBH with intent, and an alternative count of unlawful wounding. The charge against JZ arose following an incident outside a nightclub, where he was captured on CCTV punching the complainant once to the head causing a near-fatal  injury. The case put forward for […]

Client of Good Character Keeps Career Intact

28 July, 2016

Our client AL is a young man with no previous convictions, cautions or warnings. In fact he had never even been arrested before. He is a successful scientist and has a wife and young child that live abroad. AL was charged with two offences, namely possession of a bladed article and importing a realistic imitation firearm […]