News & Cases
ZH v ECO
Raza represented ZH. Due to Raza's convincing written representations he was able to get ZH settlement status in the UK.
R v SR
Mohammed Ullah successfully represented SR at the Police Station where he was accused of human trafficking. Mohammed made thorough and in-depth representations which resulted in the police taking no further action against SR.
BH v SSHD
Raza represented BH in a complex deportation application. Due to the complexity of the case the Judge was not able to decide the case at the first hearing and required further evidence to be provided from BH. Raza strategically collated this evidence and put it before the Judge at the second hearing. The Judge then cross examined the appellant and her partner. The Judge reserved judgement until 28 days later when he found in favour of the appellant. BH was extremely pleased with the outcome of this matter and Raza's time and efforts for the duration of it.
R v KC
Ines Diab recently represented KC an own client who was charged with the offence of s4 racially aggravated harassment. Despite KC's previous convictions Ines was able to successfully mitigate on his behalf resulting in a fine of £142 only.
RR v LL
Sharfaa Kerkache represented RR who was involved in a road traffic accident resulting in significant injury to his shoulder and arm which required surgery, a change to his profession and considerable time off work. Sharfaa having obtained all the necessary documentation from RR was able to successfully negotiate with the defendant's solicitors and settle RR's case outside of court. Having obtained £28,750.00 for RR.
R v S
Sharfaa Kerkache represented S who was charged with driving without insurance. Body warn Footage was provided by the prosecution in this case. Sharfaa made representations to the Prosecution along the lines of mistaken identity. She carefully prepared the case. At Trial the Prosecution offered no evidence as a consequence of the representations Sharfaa made.