Khurram’s reaction was,
I could not have done it without you.’
In fact, he posted a formal online review which read,
I engaged Sunil Rupasinha to advise and represent me. He gave me confidence I was in safe hands. He defended me at trial and made a successful submission of ‘no case to answer’ which meant that the cps case was thrown out early! I did not realise how many legal technicalities would be involved in a (factually) simple case. I do now…’’
Khurram was surprised at the attitude of the court clerk and the prosecutor. (The clerk is meant to give objective advice to the Magistrates and yet, in this case, that did not appear to be the case.)
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