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MAR
29

Cash seizure and restraint - latest developments

We are increasingly instructed to represent individuals who have had cash restrained which they had in person , or in their bank accounts .

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MAR
27

Paul Mason interviewed by French television channel

press conferencePaul Mason, a Senior Consulant Solicitor here at Lewis Nedas, has been interviewed by a French television channel who are investigating the prosecution of child pornography and grooming offences in England and Wales. Of particular interest to the French investigative journalists was the role of self styled vigilantes in these types of offences.

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MAR
15

Recent results for Lewis Nedas specialist criminal defence solicitors

  1. RCJExcellent sentencing result in a high profile case; Jeffrey Lewis represented a solicitor convicted of seriously assaulting a plaintiff at the Royal Courts of Justice. After a difficult and complex hearing (and as a result of in-depth mitigation), the superb David Nathan QC managed to persuade the sentencing court to impose a suspended sentence of imprisonment. This case attracted national publicity;

  2. Excellent sentencing result in a large benefit fraud; Sean Reilly acted for an individual who pleaded guilty to a large and complicated benefit fraud. After offering detailed mitigation the client was fined, he was expecting an immediate term of imprisonment and was delighted;

  3. Siobhain Egan represented an accountant/banker investigated for fraudulent activity; after submitting detailed representations the matter was dealt with by a civil remedy.

      

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MAR
15

New cases for Lewis Nedas criminal and fraud defence lawyers

  1. Modern Slavery ActNew instruction in Modern Slavery Act prosecution; We have been instructed to represent an individual in a large NCA multi-defendant prosecution under the Modern Slavery Act, which has attracted national publicity; 

  2. Siobhain Egan has been instructed by a local authority planning officer investigated for fraud. Additionally, she is instructed by a professional man investigated for fraud and fraud by misrepresentation allegations.
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MAR
07

New Enhanced Penalties for Driving Whilst Using a Mobile Phone

mobile drivingOn the 1st  of March 2017 the law changed in relation to using mobile telephones and other hand held devices whilst driving a motor vehicle.  There is now a mandatory minimum endorsement of 6 points and a fine of 200.00 pounds. Previously the offence carried 3 points and a 60.00 pound fine.

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