Sufferer not harm
A solicitor who hit a member of the public with a frying pan has been rebuked by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).
Kamaljit Singh Bains, an in-house solicitor at a enterprise offering help to the UK manufacturing sector, grew to become concerned in an argument with the unnamed particular person while holidaying in Bangor, Wales, in October 2020.
The argument quickly escalated when Bains “struck” the member of the public “around the head with a frying pan”, in keeping with an agreed consequence published this week.
The solicitor was arrested at the scene, however the sufferer declined to help a prison prosecution for assault.
Bains, who was admitted to the roll in 2009, was subsequently charged with an offence beneath the Public Order Act 1986. He obtained a advantageous of £1,760 after pleading responsible at Caernarfon Magistrates Court docket in November 2020.
In reaching its regulatory sanction, the SRA famous it was an remoted incident in which the member of the public didn’t maintain an harm. It additional famous he pleaded responsible, notified the regulator promptly and had co-operated with the investigation.
Bains was rebuked and ordered to pay prices of £600.