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Kevin Williams

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Kevin began working at GT Stewart in May 2015. He is a Caseworker based at our City of London Office.

Kevin is a very experienced litigator and police station accredited representative, representing clients throughout all stages of the criminal justice system. Representing clients for a wide range of offences including murder, fraud and serious sexual assault. Kevin has a particular interest in representing youths and the most vulnerable in society, particularly those with significant mental health problems such as Personality Disorders.

Kevin is also a member of the Private Client Department.

Notable cases:

R v RC (Manchester Youth Court) – client was a vulnerable young person going through the care system. He was arrested for criminal damage after smashing a plant pot. Proceedings were discontinued after Kevin made successful representations to the CPS based on their own guidelines on the prosecution of ‘looked after’ children; this despite the fact the client admitted the offence during his police interview.

R v JW (Wood Green Crown Court) – client was charged with violent disorder following his alleged involvement in the London Riots in 2011. He suffered extensive mental health problems and was handcuffed to a lamp post by police during the evening of the riots having been found drinking inside a closed public house in Tottenham. Police produced CCTV of an entirely different male, proven by evidence provided by a facial mapping expert. The client was unanimously acquitted by the jury after only 30 minutes of deliberation and successful action against the police followed.

R v JZ (Snaresbrook Crown Court) – client was charged with grievous bodily harm with intent. He approached a male outside a nightclub and delivered one almost fatal blow to the head. Client was extremely vulnerable and suffered from paranoid schizophrenia; at the time he was experiencing a relapse and believed the male, who he had earlier been involved in an altercation with and was standing across the road at the time, was about to attack him. The client advanced self defence based on his genuine belief – with the assistance of expert medical evidence – that his safety was under imminent threat, and he was acquitted by the jury at trial.

Professional history:

2001-2012: Wilson Solicitors LLP
2012-2015: Ronald Fletcher Baker LLP
2015-present: GT Stewart

Other interests:

Kevin is an active member of the LCCSA football team

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