Kyri Argyropoulos secured the acquittal of KH in an armed robbery trial in which a young couple and their friend were tied-up and threatened with acid and firearms.
Prior to KH’s trial 3 other men had already been convicted of the offence and received between 13 and 16 year prison sentences.
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Kyri argued that KH was not using the phone regularly and was able to show this through meticulous analysis of the billing data. He further argued that the DNA might have been transferred by others via the use of the mobile phone.
Kyri was instructed by Amy Hooper of Waterfords Solicitors.