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Barrister Ravinder Saimbhi appears in thought-provoking TV documentary

The Accused: An Inside Job? is a documentary following the trial of a man accused of stealing £26,000

The documentary follows the preparation and trial of a defendant Mr Lukasz, a man facing a charge of stealing money from an elderly woman’s bank account. The documentary features the preparation of his defence with his solicitor Greg Stewart and barrister Ravinder Saimbhi.

To view Ravinder Saimbhi’s profile, click here.

The documentary has received positive reviews in the media:

“An intimate, gripping study of the justice system at work” The Guardian
“Thought-provoking documentary” The Express
“an extraordinary programme” The Express
“Never have I seen anything quite like The Accused” The Express
“We saw and heard far more than the jury could” The Daily Mail
“This is psychology in the raw” The Daily Mail
“The sobering reality of being charged with a crime” Legal Cheek
“the best law-themed show of 2017 so far” Legal Cheek
“a true reflection of the tough decisions faced by criminal juries, the format of the show and the access it gave viewers was unprecedented.” Legal Cheek
“It makes for a gripping, unsettling piece of TV.” Radio Times
“Compelling” The Observer
“The insight into the case offers viewers a unique chance to weigh up the evidence for themselves, as if they were in the jury.” The Sun

Reviews in the media about the documentary can be found:
The Express, The Daily Mail, The Huffington Post, The Daily Mail, Femail, The Radio Times, The Sun, Telly Mix and on Mumsnet

The production company for the documentary was Brinkworth Films

A clip of the documentary can be accessed here.