Conspiracy to Murder
R v H  Winchester Crown Court - The defendant along with 5 others were charged with ‘Conspiracy to Murder’ a local model following instructions from an apparent lover. The case involved numerous investigatory road trips for the purposes of surveillance by the defendants group as well as pre-planned visits culminating in not one but two vicious attacks by the group specifically by use of a hit-man. Following the attacks a nationwide operation was commenced with the case making the national and local newspapers as well as the televised TV crime shows and radio. As part of the investigation, CID utilised the services of surveillance techniques in regards to both probe and hidden camera recordings material, now directive policy for investigations, which formed a large part and parcel of legal arguments in respect of legitimacy and usage within the confines of the Court’s jurisdiction.