Barrister secures acquittal of dentist acused of false accounting

Mon, 15 Jul 2019

Richard Gibbs secures acquittal of a dentist wrongly accused of false accounting after a five day trial before a jury at Birmingham Crown Court. Instructed on a private basis by Richard Nelson LLP to defend Dr Khaled, Richard Gibbs argued successfully that the dentist had not acted dishonestly and that the dentist had acted as a result of an honest mistake rather than through any dishonesty. The case involved a detailed analysis of dental regulations and evidence given by experts.

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