Kangs Serious Crime Team has been instructed to represent one of fourteen defendants allegedly involved in a conspiracy to import cocaine predominantly from Brazil and Jamaica into the United Kingdom. Due to the complexities involved, the case has been split into two trials scheduled to be heard before Kingston Crown Court later this year. The
The Sentencing Council for England and Wales (‘the Sentencing Council’) has announced that it is to conduct a consultation into sentencing offenders convicted of manslaughter. The draft guidelines that have been issued cover four types of manslaughter: Unlawful act manslaughter Gross negligence manslaughter Manslaughter by reason of loss of control Manslaughter by reason of diminished
Kangs Serious Crime Team has been instructed to represent, at Birmingham Crown Court, one of fifteen defendants allegedly involved in a large-scale conspiracy to supply Class A drugs. The Circumstances | Kangs National Crime Team The Organisers allegedly operated from an exclusive apartment in North Oxford from which the police seized a ten tonne hydraulic
Cagin Husnu of Kangs Solicitors explains the new settlement policy the Home Office has issued with regard to refugees granted leave to remain in the UK. Can I Claim To Be A Refugee? | Kangs Advisory Solicitors Anyone can be recognised as a refugee if they had no option other than to flee their country
On April 3rd 2017, Kangs Solicitors reported the start of a trial before Southampton Crown Court where our client, and another defendant, were alleged to have fraudulently obtained the sum of £250, 408, and to have been involved in money laundering. Negotiated Resolution | Kangs Criminal Trial Lawyers Following lengthy negotiations with the Prosecution, our
A company was recently fined one million pounds at Stafford Crown Court after admitting one charge of failing to ensure peoples’ safety contrary to the Health and Safety Act 1974. JTF Wholesale Ltd (‘the company’), a leading low cost DIY chain, pleaded guilty to an offence of failing to ensure the safety of persons other
In this, the last of his series of articles regarding Historic Sexual Offences, Nazaqat Maqsoom of Kangs Solicitors now looks at the approach the Courts must take when sentencing and factors that they must take into account. R v L  EWCA Crim 43 This appeal, earlier this year, follows on from R v Forbes
John Veale of Kangs Solicitors considers further the powers available to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) when investigating insider dealing and market manipulation. Functions of the FCA | Kangs Fraud Advisory Solicitors The FCA: work closely with the financial services industry to seek out and prevent market manipulation/insider dealing. has wide powers of investigation and
Investigation into married couple alleged to have been involved in facilitating illegal immigration into the UK from a non-EU Country Cagin Husnu of Kangs Solicitors represented a husband and wife, who owned a nail salon, who were being investigated by the Home Office for alleged offences of facilitation, following a ‘tip-off’ from an undisclosed source.
It was reported by us in June 2016 that we were instructed to defend a Midlands based business against charges of Fraudulent Trading and various alleged offences under the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 (CPUT Regulations 2008). Timothy Thompson of Kangs Solicitors, who had conduct of the case, comments on the favourable result
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