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Maj Hussain

Maj
Hussain

Name:
Maj Hussain
Position:
Crown Court Litigator
Office:
25-28 Stuart Street, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 2SW
Telephone:
Office: 01582 544370
Mobile: 07393 765674
Email:
maj.hussain@noblesolicitors.co.uk

Education

  • History BA (Hons) – University of East Anglia, Norwich
  • Graduate Diploma in Law – University of Birmingham
  • Legal Professional Course – College of Law, Manchester

Summary: Maj recently returned as a Litigator in the Crown Court Department, Luton, having had an 11 month stint in the Magistrates Court Department in Northampton. During his time in Northampton Maj was instrumental in securing a number of acquittals.

Before Northampton, Maj was a caseworker in the Complex Crime Team in Luton. During this time Maj sat behind Counsel on back-to-back contracted Very High Cost Cases (VHCC.) The first was a £160 million pounds receivables banking fraud before Southwark Crown Court, the second was a £9 million pounds boiler room fraud heard before Blackfriars Crown Court. Both cases gave Maj invaluable experience.

Maj is also training to become a fully accredited Police Station Representative and is already on the way to building an own-client base.

Outside of work Maj likes to keep fit but is also partial to the odd carb-binge.

Testimonials

“I would just like to say that Maj has given both myself and my daughter excellent service this man is so good at his job I cant thank him enough I think he is brilliant at what he does and I did have good service from all your staff matt was really good also cant say enough good things about matt too great job he done also thank you but I have to said it was Maj that sold it for me so good such a pro this young man will go on to great things I hope anyway thank you again”

Client Email to the Practice Manager in March 2018

Recent Cases

R v RD – domestic assault by beating – client acquitted.

R v SB – workplace racially aggravated assault by beating – client acquitted.

R v SA – racially aggravated assault by beating – client acquitted after Maj spotted in the Unused Material that the complainant did not, when reporting the offence to the police, mention she had been racially abused. It was only 4 days later when the complainant made her statement that she stated she had been racially abused.

R v FC – Criminal damage and Possession of Bladed Article – client acquitted.

R v TL – Assault by beating – client acquitted.