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    Conspiracy to Steal | Trial at Inner London Crown Court

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    November 16 , 2015 | Posted by Kangs Solicitors |

    Conspiracy to Steal | Trial at Inner London Crown Court

    Kangs represent one of five defendants who are due to stand trial today at Inner London Crown Court accused of conspiracy to steal from a luxury hotel in Central London.

    The case involves analysis of computer systems and is heavily reliant on CCTV evidence. The allegation is that of ‘an inside job’ at the £7 million turnover establishment.

    The five defendants deny the charges and the Prosecution are due to open the case to the jury today.

    The case is being conducted by Frances Murray of Kangs Solicitors.

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