Kangs Solicitors represented the Defendant in this matter who was facing Confiscation Proceedings under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 whereby the Crown were alleging that he had benefited from his criminal conduct to the value of approximately £700,000. It was alleged that the money was derived from the cultivation of cannabis and conspiring with
Kangs Solicitors represented a man on a trial at Birmingham Crown Court for allegedly assaulting his ex-wife’s new husband. The Crown sought to rely on the evidence of four Prosecution witnesses in an attempt to paint the Defendant as the ‘jealous ex-lover’. Following a three day trial, the Defendant was unanimously acquitted by reason of
Lawyers from Kangs Solicitors Sports Law Department have successfully appeared before the Boxing Area Council having been instructed to act on behalf of a boxer facing disciplinary action. The boxer appeared before the Board facing the possibility of losing his licence under regulation 4.9 of the Rules and Regulations of the British Boxing Board of
NOT GUILTY VERDICT FOR PROFESSIONAL CLIENT FACING CHARGE OF CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD VARIOUS FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS. Kangs Solicitors represented a conveyancing professional in relation to Operation Bamburgh 2. The allegations were of conspiracy to defraud various mortgage lenders of millions of pounds through a series of property transactions. Preparation of our client’s defence required an in
Kangs Solicitors has been instructed by a leading Premiership Club to represent an international player in relation to a potential criminal investigation. The case was conducted at Kangs Solicitors by Hamraj Kang and Simon Morgan. The case was concluded successfully on our clients behalf and we worked closely with the football club to ensure that
This trial commenced before Birmingham Crown Court following an investigation by the Public Protection Unit of West Midlands Police. The client had entered into an arranged marriage, which quickly turned sour when his new bride and the complainant in this case changed her mind about the arrangement. In an attempt to break the marriage, the
Kangs Solicitors represented a client in relation to Operation Airbrick which was a large scale money laundering investigation brought by HMRC. HMRC alleged the money laundering amounted to in excess of £20 million and was derived from duty evasion. Our client stood trial along with 3 other defendants at Chelmsford Crown Court. After a 7-week trial ending
Operation Wayfarer was a West Mercia Police Serious and Organised Crime Unit investigation into a multi-million pound enterprise to import and distribute controlled drugs from China and India into the UK. The case specifically involved delivery addresses and false names being provided to the Chinese company, which facilitated 38 separate importations of Methylethylcathinone drugs, totalling
We were instructed by our client ‘SA’ after his assets were restrained by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO). It was alleged that our client had received a tainted gift £175,000 from the ‘AL brothers’, one of whom had been convicted of mortgage fraud, the other had absconded. Under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 the
Kangs Solicitors start a 2-month trial today at Teesside Crown Court in relation to a multi-million pounds mortgage fraud allegation (Operation Bamburgh 2). Our client is a legal professional and is one of 10 defendants standing trial. This is a large scale operation being prosecuted by the CPS with the investigation initially commencing in 2009.
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