Michael was “kidnapped” whilst on holiday and featured in a long front page article about the “visiting famous British advocate”. He has seen an English translation and can confirm that the foreign language interview was kind and flattering throughout!
Shortlist magazine published an article where Michael gave his opinions on the criminality of famous fictional characters, condemning Mr Bean, freeing ET but giving his companion Elliot 10 years for riding outside the cycle lane.
“Inside the Court of Appeal” filmed argument inside the court and interviewed Michael before and after the hearing. This was shown on prime time evening TV. Michael battled over the conviction of the defendant for killing 2 persons by dangerous driving.
A notorious murder where Michael represented a teenager will feature in a Television series called When Kids Kill
Michael is interviewed by Vice Magazine in a feature called How To Get Your Own Way
One of Michael’s forthcoming appeals is to be the subject of a main UK Channel TV documentary to be broadcast later this year. The appeal will be filmed as part of a new open policy to show the public how the appeal system works
Michael was voted Criminal Defence Barrister of the Year 2017 in the ACQ Law Awards
Michael addressed the Oxford University Bar Society. The President wrote afterwards “one of the best Bar Society addresses I have heard”
Michael Wolkind secured the acquittal of Joanne Mjadzelics, former girlfriend, of the Lost Prophets singer, the sex pervert Ian Watkins. Michael Wolkind QC, defending, told jurors that police chose not to investigate the allegations against Watkins because he was a famous musician. ‘Babies could have been saved if Joanne had been taken seriously but Watkins was […]Continue reading
Lawyer for ex-girlfriend of paedophile musician Ian Watkins hits out at police. Police prosecuted Joanna Mjadzelics to ‘cover up’ their failure to investigate warnings on rock star, says lawyer. The police prosecution of the former girlfriend of ex-rock star and convicted paedophile Ian Watkins, which last week ended in her acquittal, was an attempt to […]Continue reading