Southampton footballer, Mario Lemina, has been fined £96,425 and banned from driving for a year after failing to report the identity of the driver of his speeding car. The Magistrates dropped the speeding charges but Lemina received eighteen points on his non –UK driving licence thereby increasing the number of points on his licence to
Kangs Solicitors are instructed to defend a client charged with conspiracy to defraud Barclaycard following an extensive investigation by the City of London Police. Frances Murray of Kangs Solicitors reports. The Alleged Circumstances | Kangs National Financial Crime Team Operation Dover is an investigation into an Organised Crime Network’s conspiracy to commit “Card Not Present”
Lokendra Kumar Khadka, a landlord from Plymouth recently pleaded guilty at Plymouth Crown Court to offences under the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 (‘the Regulations’). The Health and Safety Executive, which prosecuted the case, told the Court that the gas appliances had never been checked at the property and that Mr Khadka had
At Birmingham Crown Court, three men have been handed prison sentences for breaches under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. Amandeep Murria of Kangs Solicitors sets out the circumstances. The Circumstances | Kangs Fire Safety Solicitors The Court heard the offences were discovered after a fire engulfed a shisha lounge situated within one of
At Birmingham Magistrates’ Court, a Birmingham based machining manufacturer (‘the company’) was fined after pleading guilty to breaching Health & Safety Regulations. Amandeep Murria of Kangs Solicitors sets out the circumstances. The Circumstances | Kangs Solicitors Health and Safety Team The Court heard how workers of the company were exposed to asbestos fibres whilst they
As part of a criminal investigation a Restraint Order (‘an Order’) may well be obtained by the investigating authority upon an application to the Crown Court, under section 41 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (POCA’), in order to prevent the disposal or dissipation of any assets , which the authority may seek to
Kangs Sports client John Brayford featured for League One Burton Albion FC as they dumped Championship giants Aston Villa out of the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night. Five-time League Cup winners Aston Villa were left red-faced by a 52nd minute winner from Liam Boyce of Burton Albion. To make matters worse Villa had a last
Kangs Solicitors have been instructed to represent one of three defendants before Northampton Crown Court charged with conspiracy to supply Class A Drugs (cocaine) and encouraging / assisting in the commission of an offence. The Circumstances | Kangs Criminal Defence Solicitors Following a lengthy investigation by the Organised Crime Unit of Northamptonshire Police, it is
The SkyBet League Two clash between West Country rivals Forest Green Rovers FC and Swindon Town FC saw three clients of Kangs Sports feature in the match day squads. The fixture pitted Lee Collins and Gavin Gunning both of Forest Green Rovers against Marc Richards of Swindon Town. The game ended in a 1 -1
Section 4 of the Bail Act 1976 provides that any person brought before a Court accused of an offence must be granted unconditional bail i.e. bail without conditions, if none of the prescribed exceptions apply. These exceptions are applied according to varying circumstances and Suki Randhawa of Kangs Solicitors examines the application of bail generally.
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