R v BK


Hannah secured a suspended sentence for a client who had pleaded guilty at PTPH to two counts of racially aggravated public order offences of causing intentional harassment, alarm or distress.

Despite the judge deferring sentence on clear terms that the client would only receive a suspended sentence if he complied with his mental health plan and did not take drugs, and the client not complying with the terms, Hannah successfully persuaded the judge that he should still receive a suspended sentence.

Hannah was instructed by Femi Halil of BNG Solicitors.

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