Tom Little QC successfully prosecuted Aman Vyas before Bryan, J and a jury in one of the first socially distanced criminal trials and which lasted four weeks at the Croydon Crown Court. The offences all took place in the Spring of 2009 and involved increasingly violent stranger rapes on lone woman at night in Walthamstow. Vyas left the UK in July 2009 2 days after the case featured on the BBC’s Crimewatch. He was not able to be extradited back to the UK until last year.
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