OJN Solicitors
"keeping the law simple, affordable and precise"

OJN Solicitors
"keeping the law simple, affordable and precise"

OJN Solicitors
"keeping the law simple, affordable and precise"

Notable Cases

R v BJ (Kingston Crown Court June 2014) (Acquittal)

The defendant had been charged with Fraud by False Representation.

Following several court management hearings and a submission of No Case to Answer by Miss Williamson, the case was dismissed.

R v FK (Thames Magistrates Court May 2014) R v BJ (Kingston Crown Court June 2014) (Acquittal)

The defendant had been charged with Fraud by False Representation.

Following several court management hearings and a submission of No Case to answer by Miss Williamson, the case was dismissed

R v FK (Thames Magistrates Court May 2014) (Acquittal)

The defendant had been charged with the offence of Failing to Provide a Specimen after a road traffic accident.

At the trial. Miss Williamson was able to effectively point out the deficiencies in the in the Prosecutions case and the defendants defendant was found ‘not guilty’ of the offence charged.

R v GN (Bexley Magistrates Court July 2014) (Acquittal)

The defendant faced one charge of Racially Aggravated Harassment.

On the day of trial, Miss Williamson made an abuse of process application with submissions that the matter be dismissed.

The defendant was found ‘not guilty’ of the offence charged.

R v AA (Strafford Magistrates Court Aug 2014)

The defendant had been charged with Common Assault by beating a minor.

Following careful cross examination of the alleged victim by Miss Williamson, the defendant was found ‘not guilty’ of the offence charged

The defendant had been charged with the offence of Failing to Provide a Specimen after a road traffic accident.

At the trial. Miss Williamson was able to effectively point out the deficiencies in the in the Prosecutions case and the defendants defendant was found ‘not guilty’ of the offence charged.

R v GN (Bexley Magistrates Court July 2014)

The defendant faced one charge of Racially Aggravated Harassment.

On the day of trial, Miss Williamson made an abuse of process application with submissions that the matter be dismissed.

The defendant was found ‘not guilty’ of the offence charged.

R v AA (Strafford Magistrates Court Aug 2014)

The defendant had been charged with Common Assault by beating a minor.

Following careful cross examination of the alleged victim by Miss Williamson, the defendant was found ‘not guilty’ of the offence charged

R v J ( Romford Magistrates Court 2013)

The Defendant was charged with benefit fraud amounting to £19,000 over a period of 5 years. The Defendant was sentenced to a 12 Month Suspended Sentence and a fine.

R v Ab (Highbury Corner Magistrates Court)

The Defendant was charged with £9,000 benefit fraud, the defendant entered a plea of guilty and after plea of mitigation was sentenced to a Conditional Discharge.

R v NP (Wood Green Crown Court 2013)

The defendant was charged with conspiracy to defraud, contrary to common law. The total amounting to £148,974.52, of which £31,619 was intercepted.

This case concerned an organised and sophisticated attack on the payment systems of the London Borough of Barnet and in Particular the Housing Supply Team.

R v B (St Albans Crown Court 2013)

The defendant had been charged with theft from employer. Defendant acquitted after trial.

R v B (Wood Green Crown Court 2012)

This case concerned a sole charge of namely, Conspiracy to burgle an unknown building, with 24 others.

(Stratford Youth Court 2012)

The defendant had been charged with taking a vehicle without consent (TWOC) handling stolen goods, namely a moped. Defendant acquitted after trial.

R v A (Lewes Crown Court 2012)

The defendant was charged with 2 counts of sexual assault by touching a minor.

R v A (Wood Green Crown Court 2013)

The defendant was charged with possession of Class A drugs with intent to supply. The Crown offered no evidence after submissions that there was no direct evidence linking the defendant to the drugs or money by way of fingerprints/DNA.

R v M ( 2012) Appeal against conviction

This case is an appeal against a conviction after a trial at Kingston Magistrates Court. The Defendants conviction was quashed.

R v PB (St Albans Crown Court 2011)

The Defendant was arrested when he voluntarily attended Hatfield Police Station with Miss Williamson after seeing his photograph in the list of the people wanted by the police. Following an interview, in which he had legal representation, he was charged with burglary of commercial premises contrary to section 9 of the Theft Act 1968 and also violent disorder contrary to section 2 of the Public Order Act 1986. The maximum penalty on conviction for the former is 10 years custody and for the latter is five years’ imprisonment and/or a fine of unlimited amount, but on summary conviction the maximum penalty is six months’ imprisonment and/or a fine not exceeding level 5. However, due to the aggravating features of both offences, namely the fact that they contributed to the outbreak of violence in London the courts were only considering sending those convicted to prison. The defendant had been sectioned at Hospital when he was 20 years of age and admitted to still to suffer from depression.

Having spent 2 weeks in HMP on remand the defendant became suicidal and had tried to try and kill himself on several occasions and had been sectioned under s.2 Mental Health Act whilst on bail. The Learned Judge gave the clear impression that he would be willing to consider a suspended sentence order, provided that the requirements of S207 CJA 2003 were met.

R v P-D (Woolwich Crown Court 2011)

The defendant was charged with possession of a firearm (Taser) which is a strict liability offence. The taser looked like a mobile phone and after a Newton hearing the judge ruled that he could not be satisfied beyond all reasonable doubt that the defendant knew that the object he had in his possession was a prohibited weapon. The defendant was sentenced to a conditional discharge and financial penalty.

R v DM (Hertford Magistrates Court 2011)

The defendant was charged with Benefit Fraud amounting to __.___. Defendant was sentenced to Conditional Discharge – 12 months and cost of £250

OJN Solicitors - Enfield (Head Office)
12 London Road, Enfield, EN2 6EB
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About the Firm

OJN Solicitors was established in April 2006 to provide efficient, cost effective legal services to businesses and individuals.

Since then, the firm has quickly built up a solid reputation within the UK and overseas for providing its clients with first rate professional legal services.

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