Kangs Solicitors were instructed by our client, DP, to defend a Prosecution brought against him by Blackpool Borough Council for alleged illegal street trading. The Allegations | Kangs Criminal Defence Team It was alleged that our client, a self-employed mobile ice-cream stall trader, had failed to comply with the terms of his Pedlar’s Licence by
Government crack down on speed awareness courses The Department for Transport is drawing up legislation with the intent to crack down on the imposition of speed awareness courses amid concerns they do not change drivers’ habits and are a way for police forces to make money. It is proposed that the legislation will: ban drivers
Kangs Solicitors have been instructed to represent a client in relation to information the Police want to include on her enhanced DBS Certificate. The information relates to an alleged assault on a patient said to have been committed by our client when she worked as a health care professional. The Police want to include the
Restaurants and Takeaways are awarded a ‘zero’ for food hygiene Figures from the Food Standards Agency (correct as of 17th March 2017) reveal that nearly 180 Birmingham restaurants and takeaways have been given a rating of ‘zero’ for food hygiene. The list does not only include small independent takeaways but includes large high street names
Kangs Solicitors recently defended a client, charged alongside two others, with a Section 18 Wounding Offence and also with Possession of an Offensive Weapon. The Prosecution Case | Kangs Criminal Defence Solicitors It was alleged that the defendants had conducted an unprovoked attack causing a number of serious injuries to the victim that were potentially
Kangs Solicitors are instructed on behalf of a client who is being prosecuted for an offence of money laundering. Frances Murray of Kangs Solicitors provides an update on this high value money laundering case which is being prosecuted at Isleworth Crown Court following a Metropolitan Police Investigation. The History | Kangs Solicitors for Criminal Proceedings
Kangs Sports client John Brayford captained his Burton Albion side to an impressive win against Championship rivals Nottingham Forest on Saturday. The Brewers took the lead at the Pirelli Stadium from a Cauley Woodrow free-kick in the 26th minute. John Brayford made a crucial last ditch tackle in the second half to deny Nottingham Forest’s
Kangs Solicitors recently defended a client facing a drugs charge that he was in possession of a substantial amount of cannabis with intent to supply it to others. Amandeep Murria of Kangs Solicitors outlines the steps taken on his behalf and which secured a very satisfactory result for him. The Facts | Kangs Criminal Team
Kangs Solicitors represent a client who was prosecuted at Northampton Crown Court in relation to a large volume of chemicals said to have been supplied as cutting agents within the illicit drugs market, in the defence of the Confiscation Proceedings which he now faces. Frances Murray of Kangs Solicitors provides an update on those proceedings.
The CFB, which will herald radical changes to the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (‘POCA’), is progressing through the various parliamentary processes and will receive its second reading before the House of Lords on 9th March 2017. The expectations are that the proposals will become law during the summer of 2017 and that several parts
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