Monthly Archives: July 2019

Stan Reiz on the impact of the appeal of Haque on POCA offences


R v Haque (Mohammed) Judgement The case highlights the potential consequences for prosecutors who charge offences under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (“POCA”) without having a clear understanding of…

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Emma Kutner successfully opposes application to destroy valuable firearms and secures their return


Emma Kutner, instructed by Francis Fenegan of Bankside Commercial, successfully opposed an application by the Metropolitan Police Service to destroy firearms and component parts, under section 52(4) of the Firearms…

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Shauna Ritchie prosecutes man jailed for driving at pedestrians outside South London bar


Shauna Ritchie prosecuted a 21-year-old man given a 16 year extended prison sentence at the Central Criminal Court on 10th July 2019. The Defendant pleaded guilty to five offences of…

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Forensic Awareness Seminar 2019


Throughout the year, we will be running a series of one hour lectures in conjunction with Forensic Access: 11th July 2019: Digital Forensics 5th September 2019: Forensic Pathologists 3rd October…

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