Community Sentence Imposed on Berkeley Square Solicitors Client Criticised in National Media as Too Lenient

The sentence imposed on a Berkeley Square solicitor’s client following a conviction for possessing indecent images has been criticised in the Daily Mirror as excessively lenient. A full report on the case can be obtained here. 

The instructing solicitor and court advocate acting was Roger Sahota, Berkeley Square partner.  

Roger has a niche practice representing individuals accused of sexual crime offences and, in particular, prosecutions involving allegations of the possession of indecent images.