Where a defendant pleads ‘Not Guilty’ to one or more offences with which that person is charged and the prosecution falls to be tried in the Crown Court, the Hearing will be conducted before a Jury. Nazaqat Maqsoom of Kangs Solicitors outlines the selection process, function and role of a jury within the Trial Process.
Kangs Solicitors has successfully defended a client charged with three offences under Food Safety legislation. Sukhdip Randhawa of Kangs Solicitors reports upon the circumstances. The Circumstances | Kangs Regulatory Defence Team Our client supplied food that had been ordered via the ‘Just Eat’ electronic app. The order highlighted that the complainant suffered an allergy to
Kangs Solicitors has successfully defended a client against an attempt by the Crown Prosecution Service under section 22 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (‘POCA’) to confiscate further assets despite the conclusion of the original Confiscation Proceedings against him. Frances Murray of Kangs Solicitors outlines the circumstances. The Circumstances | Kangs POCA Defence Solicitors
The term ‘fraud actions’ incorporates an ever increasing mixture of offences whereby an illegal financial gain is achieved by one person or body, at the expense of another. Partly as the result of the development of the internet for the conduct of financial and commercial transactions, the sometimes cunning methodology of those inclined to seek
Many minor criminal offences are dealt with by a single magistrate, without going to court, under the ‘Single Justice Procedure’ which was introduced under the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015. Nazaqat Maqsoom of Kangs Solicitors provides an overview of this procedure. What is a Single Justice Procedure Notice? | Kangs Criminal Procedure Experts Pursuing
Whilst there are some time limits imposed after which court actions cannot be taken in certain types of cases, the UK, contrary to most countries in the world, has no statute of limitations for any criminal offence which falls for trial above the Magistrate’s Courts. The recent decision to prosecute a soldier who was serving
The Insolvency Service has recently reported that a ‘Previously disqualified director has been banned for a second time after illegally running a Yeovil restaurant using former colleague as a stooge boss.’ Timothy Thompson of Kangs Solicitors outlines the circumstances. The Circumstances | Kangs Company Law Offences Defence Solicitors Yeovil Wine Vaults Limited (‘the company’), trading
An award winning food company from North Yorkshire (‘the company’) has been fined nearly two million pounds following serious injuries suffered by two employees resulting from breaches of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 (‘the Act’). Helen Holder of Kangs Solicitors explains the circumstances. The Circumstances | Kangs Regulatory Offences Defence Solicitors Two
A Preston based Recycling Company (‘the company’) has been fined after pleading guilty to breaching Health & Safety Regulations which resulted in an accident from which an employee suffered serious injuries. Amandeep Murria of Kangs Solicitors sets out the circumstances. The Circumstances | Kangs Solicitors Health and Safety Team Whilst removing waste material, the employee’s
Following the submission of detailed representations to West Mercia Constabulary, they have decided not to disclose information on our client’s enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (‘DBS’) Certificate. Background | Kangs Regulatory Team Kangs Solicitors was instructed to represent a sports coach in relation to information the Police sought to disclose on his enhanced DBS Certificate.
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