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APR
11

Latest Criminal Cases for Lewis Nedas

1. Sasha Wass QC represented a young man charged with the serious allegation of conspiring to pervert the course of justice, as a result of strong legal representations and submissions, the CPS withdrew the allegation

2. The firm successfully represented one of several defendants in a long running trial at Inner London Crown Court, our client faced an allegation of drugs trafficking and was the only defendant to be acquitted.

3. A client facing appeal proceedings against his extradition, won that appeal and his extradition stayed.

4. Siobhain Egan represented a medical professional who was convicted of possession of child pornography, Sasha Wass QC persuaded the Court not to impose an immediate custodial sentence - the case attracted nationwide publicity.

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FEB
22

Latest Successful results for Lewis Nedas law serious crime and fraud defence lawyers

  1. Sean Riley, represented an individual who received a sentence of a suspended prison sentence, after having pleaded guilty to a serious assault upon his partner. The case attracted Nationwide publicity, because despite suffering a broken neck and major head injury, his partner did not support the prosecution against him.
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FEB
22

New instructions for Lewis Nedas law Serious Crime and Fraud defence lawyers

  1. Jeffrey Lewis has been instructed to defend a Company Director, facing prosecution by HMRC concerning a substantial VAT fraud spanning decades.
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Successful defence of LB Camden HMO prosecution for Lewis Nedas law client and Tony Meisels

London Borough of Camden is forced to discontinue its prosecution at Highbury Corner Magistrates Court of Lifestyle Club Ltd and its director.

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JAN
21

Sentencing success for Keith Woods client

Keith Wood along with Jonathan Green and Ryan Thompson of Drystone Chambers recently concluded the defence case at Blackfriars Crown Court on behalf of a British hacker who admitted being paid to disrupt a Liberian phone network. Daniel Kaye admitted attacking the phone company and in doing so inadvertently crashing Liberia's internet in 2016. The NCA maintain he remains at the heart of a major international investigation into hundreds of acts of cyber sabotage around the world. The National Crime Agency says Kaye is perhaps the most significant cyber criminal yet caught in the UK.

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