Conspiracy to Defraud

Organised Crime, Are you part of it?

 5th Jul 2018  News

Participating in Organised Crime   Section 45 of the Serious Crime Act 2015 makes it is an offence to participate in the activities of an organised crime group, this is a new offence created by the 2015 legislatio... Read more

Qc or not QC

 4th Apr 2018  News

Do I Need a QC?   We are often asked questions about QCs, most probably because the image of leading barristers has been epitomised over the years in leading television dramas such as Silk and Kavanagh QC, it is t... Read more

When Bits to good to be true

 17th Jan 2018  News

When People Talk Bitcoin, It's Time to Ask Questions   Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are never far from the news, mainly when the value is rising considerably. This week the price of a single bitcoin rose to... Read more

Money Laundering

 Jan 2017  Case Studies

R v LC -R & others (2004) This was one of the largest investigations carried out by the HMC & E into UK based arm of a Columbian Drugs Cartel, D, a Columbian National, faced charges of Money Laundering (over £10 million) the proceeds of the sale of class A drugs. Prosecution evidence included undercover surveillance and stat... Read more

Conspiracy to Defraud

 Jan 2017  Case Studies

R v H [2012] Croydon Crown Court - This was the penultimate case in a string of HMRC frauds perpetrated and conducted by the primary group who had went about setting up this particular case. As a result of a breakdown in financial negotiations the secondary group attacked the self-assessment income tax return electronic system resulting i... Read more

Conspiracy to Steal

 Dec 2016  Case Studies

R v Y and Ors [2014] Southwark Crown Court-The defendant was charged with Conspiracy to steal and was one in a series of trials involving the organised and systematic attack on national banking houses by use of KVM device technology. The defendant along with others was alleged to have been part of a team that systematically attacked, by w... Read more