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OCT
19

Lewis Nedas Law Instructed In ‘Carbon Credit’ Fraud Allegation

Jeffrey Lewis and Keith Wood act for one of twelve individuals arrested by City of London Fraud Squad concerning allegations of carbon credit fraud.

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OCT
19

Lewis Nedas Law Instructed In Immigration Lawyers Fraud Prosecution

Following several arrests, Miles Herman acts for one defendant facing a SOCA prosecution alleging that certain immigration lawyers were involved in a fraud scam.

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OCT
16

Yet another SOPO Success for Lewis Nedas and Tony Meisels

At Westminster Magistrates’ Court on 10 October 2012, our client had his SOPO varied and he is now permitted to possess computer software and storage media showing images of young persons related to him by blood or marriage. Furthermore, the SOPO is no longer to run indefinitely and will now expire in July 2016 at the same time as our client is released from his obligations under the Sex Offenders Register.

This variation was granted after Tony Meisels of this firm made representations on behalf of our client to the Metropolitan Police.

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OCT
15

VAT Fraud Sentencing Success

Jeffrey Lewis and Tony Meisels represented a roofer who admitted he had evaded £278,000 of VAT over a three-year period.

Recognising that the client was an otherwise honest, decent, hardworking family man who committed the fraud when his business began to struggle in the recession, a judge at the Old Bailey felt able to suspend the term of imprisonment imposed, notwithstanding the quantum involved.

The advocate in this case was Nigel Ingram of 2 Bedford Row.

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OCT
15

Robbery Case Acquittal

Tony Meisels represented a client who, with one other, was accused of robbing two young women from the Gulf of their handbags outside Harrods in Knightsbridge in April this year.

The Crown's case collapsed after the Court heard evidence that whilst only two men had approached the women, up to four men had been seen in the Mercedes Benz motor vehicle used as the getaway car. The judge directed the jury to acquit the client who was delighted with the outcome to his case, having spent months on remand in custody.

The advocate was Silas Reid of 2 Dr Johnsons Buildings.

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