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Bark And Co Client Cleared Of All Charges In Ecclestone Burglary Trial

January 5, 2021

Maria Mester, represented by Raj Dayal of Bark and Co, has been cleared by a jury in the UK’s largest ever burglary trial.  After a seven week trial at Isleworth Crown Court, Ms Mester, described by the prosecution as the lead defendant , was unanimously found not guilty of all five counts which included sums… Read more »

Top London Extradition & Serious Crime solicitors win bail for client against extradition to Germany on conspiracy to murder charges

November 13, 2020

Germany v JB George Hepburne-Scott, Counsel instructed by Magdalena Motyl of Bark & Co Solicitors, secured bail for our client in the case of Germany v JB. Our client’s extradition is sought by Germany in relation to an allegation of conspiracy to murder going back to early 1998. Extradition is being resisted on multiple grounds… Read more »

Top murder and serious crime defence solicitor law firm win murder charge acquittal for habitual knife carrier

October 29, 2020

Anon vs. Regina The defendant was accused of murdering a young man outside a nightclub in Kingston. The defendant, who accepted being a habitual knife carrier, got caught up in an argument outside a nightclub in Kingston town centre. The defendant admitted using his knife to injure one man and causing a fatal injury to… Read more »

Bark & Co defend client accused of involvement in a £26m theft at Isleworth Crown Court

July 13, 2020

Bark & Co are defending a client accused of involvement in a £26m theft Isleworth Crown Court including alleged thefts from homes of Frank Lampard and Tamara Ecclestone. The Daily Mail Reports

Client cleared of murder and manslaughter

February 15, 2019

Our client was acquitted of murder and manslaughter at the Old Bailey on 11th February 2019. Mr Umezie was accused of stabbing Sidique Kamara to death, after an altercation in which the deceased and another assailant robbed Mr Umezie for his Cartier watch. Mr Umezie successfully raised self-defence, in that he disarmed the deceased of… Read more »

Prosecution offer no evidence following successful legal argument on disclosure

May 25, 2018

On allegations dating back to their arrest in November 2015, Day 30 of trial at the Central Criminal Court for Paul Cameron’s two clients out of 13 accused of Conspiracy to Kidnap, Conspiracy to Blackmail, Administering Noxious Substance and False Imprisonment, ends with the Prosecution offering no evidence following successful defence legal argument on disclosure…. Read more »

Murder Case dropped

March 13, 2018

Bark and Co stepped in to represent a young man accused of a fatal stabbing in South London. With less than 8 weeks to prepare, this involved  4 defendants.  There were two eye witnesses to the case who described the client being at the scene.  What were described by the prosecution as “focused and cogent… Read more »

The case against Paul Cameron’s client was dismissed

November 3, 2017

Paul Cameron and Natalie Bird of 2 Bedford Row were instructed on a private basis to represent Mr H at Staines Magistrates Court. On the 1st day of trial we made submissions in relation to the lack of CPS compliance with Court directions and repeated Defence requests for disclosure relating to the complainant’s bad character…. Read more »

R v M

November 11, 2016

Mr. M came to us charged with a very serious section 18 GBH offence. He was alleged to have kicked the complainant in the head and stamped on his face, causing severe and chronic injuries including a broken cheekbone, ulcerated eyeball and the onset of epilepsy. Mr. M was steadfast in his account that he… Read more »

Client faces no further action in relation to alleged computer hacking

September 9, 2015

Operation Kalmyk The CPS have formally dropped proceedings against our client in relation to a computer hacking investigation. Operation “Kalmyk” is reported to have cost over £3m to pursue and had spanned over four years. The investigation asserted that up to 15 suspects had gained unauthorised access to computer systems. The CPS issued a statement following the decision

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