Kangs Sports client William (‘Billy’) Reeves made his English Football League Debut on Saturday 3rd March 2017. Billy featured for the first time in the Port Vale team in their League One clash against Southend United at Roots Hall. The Welsh midfielder came through the youth ranks at Vale Park and turned professional in April
Kangs Solicitors have recently successfully defended a client charged with an allegation of a sexual offence committed in 1991. The Charge Our client was charged in accordance with the law applicable in 1991 with one count of buggery contrary to section 12(1) of the Sexual Offences Act 1956. The Allegation The allegation, made by a
Kangs Solicitors recently defended a client facing the charge that he had conspired with others, over a number of months, to steal and handle stolen high performance motor vehicles, valued at hundreds of thousands of pounds. Amandeep Murria outlines the steps taken on his behalf and which secured a most satisfactory result for him. The
Relevant parts of the Policing and Crime Act 2017 (‘the Act’) come into force on the 3rd April 2017 and will make substantial changes to the manner in which bail may be granted to suspects at police stations. The Current Position Currently, there are no time limits as to how often and how long the
Sharan Rupra of Kangs Solicitors discusses a recent case involving a successful Fiancé Visa application on behalf of a client. History Our client, who is a British Citizen, met his partner, a Philippines’ national around October 2015 via Skype. They exchanged telephone numbers and spoke to each other on a regular basis with the result
Kangs Solicitors recently represented a client who was prosecuted under the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2010 (‘the Regulations’) despite the fact that he was unaware of the activity leading to the Prosecution. John Veale of Kangs Solicitors explains the circumstances, outlines the trial preparatory work conducted on behalf of the client and the
Although it has been illegal to use a hand held mobile phone while driving, or while stopped with the engine on, since December 2003, the current penalties clearly do not provide an adequate deterrent to the extent that the law is being blatantly flouted and disregarded. Accordingly, there is now a movement to try and
In a recent article, the nature of the offence of Fraudulent Trading was explained. Kangs Solicitors now looks at the sentences that can be imposed for those who are guilty of the offence. The Courts | Kangs Criminal Solicitors Imprisonment and fines: The Companies Act 2006 provides that sentencing for Fraudulent Trading can be dealt
Drone in ‘near miss’ over International Airport An Unmanned Ariel Vehicle, more commonly known as a ‘Drone’, endangered a commercial airliner as it flew into Birmingham International Airport in September 2016. The airliner was flying at approximately 500ft on its final approach into Birmingham Airport when the pilot spotted the drone about 500 feet away.
Fraudulent Trading is a serious offence committed when a business or organisation intentionally conducts transactions with the intention of defrauding those with whom it conducts business, its creditors or others. The key issue in such cases is whether or not there has been any dishonesty. However, other factors may be present leading to the allegation
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