Mr Kamara is a specialist consultant solicitor with a passion for excellence. He is regularly instructed to represent clients in complex criminal cases. His work covers a wide range of offences including, Murder, Attempted Murder, Serious Fraud Offences, County Line Drug Cases- including Class A drugs Importation, Sexual Offences, Robbery, Violent Crimes, Theft and Domestic Violence Matters. Mr Kamara is driven by a spirit of success, and works passionately beyond expectation to provide great results for clients. His relationship with clients, especially juveniles is outstanding and highly commendable.
His advocacy is second to none as he untangles complex issues for the understanding and admiration of his clients and the court. The strength of his advocacy, and knowledge in his area of practice has earned him the reputation to win criminal trials. Mr. Kamara’s abilities also includes his strong interpersonal skills to make clients feel at ease by breaking down difficult issues to the understanding of ordinary clients. Due to his outstanding client feedback, he has fast become the preferred advocate for our Firm.
Mr. Kamara is an expert in conducting breach trials in magistrates courts, which to date he has won all such trials. These achievements have made Mr. Kamara a true symbol of hope for our vulnerable clients at police stations and in courts.
Mr Kamara is an expert in Police Station Representations. His records in obtaining ‘No Further Actions’ at police stations in matters he deals with is unbeatable. He is one of the national record holders for obtaining ’No Further Actions’ at police station.
Modern Slavery Offences are becoming very prevalent and they require expert knowledge in dealing with clients who have raised the defence under section 45 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. As a reputable firm with a team of experts in this area, Mr. Kamara has so far been able through his level of advocacy persuaded the Crown Prosecution Service to offer No evidence in matters where the defendants had successfully been considered as victims of modern slavery by the NCA.
Mr Kamara is also experienced in dealing with immigration and asylum matters. In 2013, Mr Kamara was the instructing solicitor in a complex deportation matter at the Upper Tribunal. The Secretary of State’s approach in aggregating Mr Kamara’s client cumulative sentences (who was to be deported) was wrong. In a yearlong battle Mr Kamara provided case law, which eventually exposed the Secretary of State’s wrongful approach in dealing with the issue. The Secretary of State had to change the rules in relation to suspended sentences.
Mr Kamara has received recognition in 2013 from Her Majesty the Queen for his outstanding contributions and services to the Sierra Leone UK community.
His records in obtaining ‘No Further Actions’ at police stations in matters he deals with is unbeatable.
He is one of the national record holders for obtaining ’No Further Actions’ at police station.