Dismissal In Huge Conspiracy to Commit Robbery Case

Stuart Miller Solicitors represented one of four defendants charged with Conspiracy to Commit Robbery.

The charge related to 16 armed robberies of betting shops between November 2008 and February 2009. The Crown brought the case on the basis of similar fact evidence, in that, the robberies bore certain hallmarks consistent with other offences of Armed Robbery which the defendant had already been convicted of. The Crown relied on CCTV and cell site evidence.

A robust application by this firm was successful and the case was dismissed.