R v Nazia Rafiq

Nazia Rafiq was charged with conspiring to launder in excess of £60,000,000 through money service bureaux and was due to be tried at the Leeds Crown Court in the Autumn. Following submissions made by William Clegg QC, to the effect that, following the Court of Appeal cases of Liaquat Ali and Amer Ramzan and the House of Lords case of Saik, the Crown could not prove knowledge that the source of the funds was tainted and all the transfer charges were dismissed.

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Barrister William Clegg

William Clegg QC

Silk: 1991

Call: 1972