Leeds Office

Young client acquitted of S.18 stabbing

17 December, 2018

GT Stewart represented S, a young man who was charged with an extremely serious s.18 stabbing in the centre of Wakefield Town. If convicted, S would be facing a lengthy custodial sentence. He was represented by Patricia Walker from our Leeds office at the police station and she supported him throughout his case which was […]

Client acquitted of false imprisonment

30 November, 2018

GT Stewart represented M, charged with a domestic related False Imprisonment, Assault Occasioning Actual Bodily Harm and Criminal Damage. If convicted M faced the potential of being sent to prison particularly as the complainant continued to make further serious allegations against him. M was represented by Philip Mahoney, Solicitor-Advocate, who advised him to maintain his […]

Client acquitted of violence with a 5’ piece of wood

30 November, 2018

GT Stewart secured the acquittal of a client charged with the most serious offence of Wounding (s.20) which the Crown submitted involved our client using a 5’ piece of wood against the complainant which caused significant injury. The Magistrates’ Court concluded that the case was too serious for the Magistrates’ Court and he was committed […]

Prison sentences imposed suspended

15 October, 2018

On 11 October 2018 advocates from GT Stewart Solicitors managed to persuade Leeds Crown Court to suspend the prison sentences imposed on their clients who had been charged with kidnap and causing grievous bodily harm. Melanie Krudy and Emma Haley acted on behalf of the clients instructed by Patricia Walker and Philip Mahoney. If you […]