Further to his previous article ‘Intimidatory Offences Sentencing Guidelines’ Naz Maqsoom of Kangs Solicitors now expands upon those new Guidelines specifically in respect of the offence of Disclosing Private Sexual Images (‘the offence’). The Offence | Kangs Sexual Offences Defence Solicitors The offence was created by section 33 Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 and is
Kangs Solicitors have experienced, over the last few months, a considerable increase in enquiries from clients who have experienced difficulties with student funding. Whilst the enquiries are wide ranging, the majority relate to decisions made by the Student Loans Company, (‘the SLC’), to completely withdraw funding. The withdrawal of funding usually follows an allegation by
The Sentencing Council has issued new guidelines affecting all offenders aged eighteen or over who are sentenced on or after 1st October 2018, regardless of the actual date of the offence. The guidelines are issued in accordance with section 120 Coroners and Justice Act 2009 which provides that guidelines must be followed ‘unless the court
Kangs Solicitors represent a Canary Wharf based trader against whom a former employer has made accusations of fraud. Frances Murray of Kangs Solicitors reports. Allegation of Fraud | Kangs National Financial Crime Defence Solicitors The former employer alleges that our client syphoned funds into third party bank accounts which were then squandered by our client.
With the press reporting an ever increasing number of instances of this offence being committed, Naz Maqsoom of Kangs Solicitors looks at the offence of threats to kill. The Law | Kangs Serious Crime Defence Solicitors Section 16 of the Offences Against the Person Act 1861 provides that: “A person who without lawful excuse makes
Two directors of the liquidated company, Grantscope Ltd (‘the company’), have been given suspended prison sentences and made the subject of Confiscation Orders under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (‘POCA’) resulting from environment law offences. Helen Holder of Kangs Solicitors comments upon the proceedings. The Circumstances | Kangs Environment Law Offences Defence Team The
Kangs Solicitors have successfully represented a client at Bournemouth Crown Court in respect of proceedings initiated by Trading Standards, pursuant to the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (‘POCA’). The Financial Claim | Kangs POCA Defence Team It was the Prosecution’s contention that our client had enjoyed a financial benefit in excess of £1million as the
Kangs Solicitors have been instructed to defend a Company Director who faces allegations of conspiracy to defraud and money laundering at Reading Crown Court. Our client is one of six defendants, charged with conspiracy to commit fraud and money laundering. The Alleged Circumstances | Kangs Financial Crime Defence Team The Prosecution has linked this case
Kangs Solicitors are currently defending a client charged, with others, of offences allegedly involving drugs and subsequent money laundering. Disclosure Issues | Kangs Criminal Trial Solicitors The Prosecution endeavoured to serve telephone data allegedly linking our client to other defendants a few days prior to the commencement of the Trial and also on the first
At Bodmin Magistrates’ Court, a builder based in Cornwall, was fined after pleading guilty to breaching Health & Safety Regulations, when one of his employees suffered from life changing injuries. Amandeep Murria of Kangs Solicitors sets out the circumstances. The Circumstances | Kangs Solicitors Health and Safety Team The Court heard how the builder had
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