Kam Varaitch is a highly experienced Senior Solicitor who specialises in Criminal Law, Road Traffic and Regulatory offences. He joined the firm in 1999 and was promoted to Senior Solicitor in 2006, he was also given the responsibility of running the busy Crown Court department in 2011.
Kam qualified as a solicitor in 1995 and has since worked tirelessly to defend his clients’ interests in both the Magistrates and Youth Courts locally and nationally (i.e. Birmingham / Oxford / Bradford and Southampton). He has represented clients charged with offences right across the spectrum from speeding to murder. Kam has a calm and thorough approach on each and every case from burglary to shoplifting, speeding to murder and serious sexual offences involving both adults and children.
Kam advises and represents both individuals and companies who face Prosecutions brought by the Crown Prosecution Service, Local Authorities and Regulatory bodies.
Kam is regularly instructed privately to represent clients who risk potential loss of livelihood when faced with Road Traffic Law prosecutions. Exceptional Hardship and Special Reasons arguments are frequently advanced to ensure his clients don’t lose their driving licences.
R v H – Large-scale Sexual grooming at the Old Bailey – Client was only 1 of 10 Defendants that was acquitted.
R v W – Perverting the course of justice at Oxford Crown Court – regarding providing of false information to avoid speeding tickets – Client was acquitted.
R v D – Large-scale corruption at a public service resulting in losses of excess of £10 million – Client acquitted after successful halftime submission.
R v P – Prosecution by the Local Authority regarding persistent and flagrant breaches of Enforcement Notices involving a prominent garden centre at Court of Appeal.
R v S – Fly-tipping of over 50,000 tonnes of earth over several years. Kam mitigated successfully on the Client’s behalf leading to a heavily reduced Fine and Costs.
R v F – Attempted Murder at Winchester Crown Court, involving a Defendant forcing his way into the victim’s home and then attacked him with a machete causing life-threatening injuries.
R v W – Conspiracy to supply Class A at Guildford Crown Court involving hundreds of thousands of Class A tablets. Judge persuaded to depart from Sentencing Guidelines.