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New Instructions for LNL Fraud & Criminal Lawyers

  • gavelJeffrey Lewis is instructed to advise/represent a banker facing large-scale international fraud proceedings.
  • Siobhain Egan has been instructed in another NCA prosecution.
  • Sean Reilly has been instructed in £multimillion money laundering prosecution at Bristol Crown Court.
  • Sean and his brother James are also instructed in a matter involving robbery, kidnap, and false imprisonment x2, currently at Norwich Crown Court.
  • Tony Meisels acts for an HGV driver in a three-handed case at St Albans Crown Court involving the importation and supply of cocaine over a nine-month period between February and November 2014. The Crown have not specified how much cocaine was imported, but it is alleged that drug runs from the continent occurred at least monthly with up to 4kg of drugs entering the UK on each occasion.
  • We have been instructed in three major historic abuse prosecutions, which will be dealt with by our specialist sex offence defence lawyers.
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New multi - million money laundering instruction for LNL.

Lewis Nedas Law have been instructed in a new multi-money pound money laundering case.

Jeffrey Lewis, who was recently interviewed in Finance Monthly on the subject of Money Laundering, is dealing with the case. 

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Jeffrey Lewis speaks about AML and Money laundering in Januarys Finance Monthly

Jeffrey Lewis speaks about AML and Money laundering on page 51 of this month's Finance Monthly:

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MoJ Introduces Deferred Prosecution Agreements

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has announced a new measure available to prosecutors in cases of corporate offending including fraud, money laundering and bribery.

The measure - a Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) - can be made between a prosecutor and an organisation to defer prosecution for alleged economic wrongdoing as long as stringent conditions are met.

If they agree to enter into a DPA, organisations will publicly face up to their wrongdoing and may be required to:

  • Make amends to victims.
  • Pay substantial financial penalties.
  • Reform their practices to prevent such conduct occurring again.

DPA agreements are overseen by an independent judge, agreed in open court and the outcome is published to ensure transparency. If, at the end of the period, the prosecutor is satisfied the organisation has met its obligations, there is no prosecution. If not, a prosecution could be brought.

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Lewis Nedas Law Instructed in Novel and Large Scale Money Laundering Prosecution

Unan Choudhury is representing an individual facing a large scale and complex money laundering prosecution.

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