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Council Tax Officer Cleared of Blackmail

  • 10th January 2021

Jamie Scott has secured the acquittal of a former council tax officer at Leicester Crown Court. The prosecution said that Jamie's client had threatened to increase a landlord's council tax unless he was paid a bribe. The jury returned a Not…

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Jas Dhaliwal secures acquittal for 79 year old

  • 3rd December 2020

A man charged with breaching a Sexual Offences Prevention Order (SOPO) has been acquitted. Jas Dhaliwal's client was alleged to have breached the SOPO by 'associating' with a baby in a pram whilst engaging in conversation with the mother. He…

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Ilana Davis defends ‘third-strike’ burglar

  • 23rd September 2020

A defendant, who was represented by Ilana Davis, has been released from custody following the successful resolution of his case. The man was charged with dwelling burglary before the Crown Court. If he had been convicted at trial, he would…

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Proceeds of Crime – New Key Authority

  • 7th September 2020

Henry Skudra, a specialist in proceeds of crime matters, has commented on the recent important Court of Appeal confiscation case of R v Andrewes [2020] EWCA Crim 1055 in the latest edition of Lloyd's Law Reports: Financial Crime. This key case…

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