Don Ramble successfully prosecuted Kitrys for attempted murder leading to a 25-year extended sentence.

The case included expert evidence on the ability of Kitrys to form the intent to kill after he was found to be five times over the drink-drive limit. The defendant had entered the victim’s bedroom in the early hours of the morning and repeatedly stabbed her with a kitchen knife as she lay in her bed. Despite attempts by the defendant to remove any forensic evidence before armed police arrested him, blood splatter remained on his face and this ultimately assisted in convicting him.

The press release from KentOnline can be accessed here.

Don Ramble specialises in crime and public law. He is instructed in the most serious of criminal cases and has established himself as an expert on disclosure issues. Don is also currently acting as Deputy First-Junior to a long-running and complex public inquiry.