Following a 4 day trial at Stafford Crown court, Trevor Meegan's client, a police officer, was found not guilty of dangerous driving.
Miss Akhtar represented Mr T who was charged with rape and attempted rape. The prosecution said Mr T had met the complainant outside a pub and he noticed how drunk she was so lured her away from to
Gurdeep Garcha represented a defendant who was found not guilty by a jury after just 95 minutes of retirement, following a 9 day trial at Birmingham Crown Court.
Trevor Meegan appeared for the principal defendant in a lengthy covert drugs operation which involved 15 defendants.
Jabeen Akhtar represented Mr M a taxi driver of 19 years who stood to lose his employment as sole breadwinner when he was accused by a 19 year old girl of sexually assaulting her in the early hours
Miss Akhtar represented Miss A after she was alleged to have assaulted her ex husband by picking up a tile off the floor and throwing it at him resulting in a cut to his face.
Gurdeep Garcha represented a man who was unanimously acquitted of rape by a jury at Birmingham Crown Court.
Following a 3 week trial Mr Garcha’s client was unanimously acquitted after just 90 minutes of deliberation.
Following a two week trial at Wolverhampton Crown Court, Trevor Meegan successfully defended a man charged with attempted murder.
A defendant has been sentenced to two and a half years for VAT and benefit fraud offences in relation to over £260,000.
Caroline Harris was instructed by the Serious Fraud Office.