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Regina v L.F. Leeds Crown
The defendant in this case was a qualified Certified Accountant. She was originally arrested and interviewed for conspiracy to commit mortgage fraud totalling sums going into millions of pounds.
Operation Janitor was a large-scale VAT fraud investigated and prosecuted by SOCA. The fraud involved nearly 20 companies and abuse of the zero-rated vat reclaims system for new build properties.
R-v-T. A. Leeds Crown Court
In this case the defendant along with four others was charged with conspiracy to pervert the course of justice arising out of an accident in which a person died following a road traffic collision.
R-v-A. A. and others Hull Court
The prosecution allege that our client along with a number of other defendants has been involved in a conspiracy to transfer criminal property being valued in tens of thousands of pounds.
R V NF Bradford Crown Court 2009
A number of defendant’s in this case were charged with conspiracy to commit mortgage fraud and money laundering in of an overall sum approaching £1m.
"Operation Caring Today" Preston Crown Court
Ashman’s Solicitors successfully secures acquittal in a high profile fraud and money laundering case.
R - V - MD & Others Old Bailey
The defendant along with a number of others was alleged to have murdered the deceased arising as a result of a revenge attack.
R -v- AA & Others Huntingdon Crown Court
The Defendant, along with 4 others, was charged with entering into an arrangement to launder the proceeds of crime totalling in excess of £1 million.
R -v- AN Bradford Crown Court
The Defendant, a Company Director, was charged with fraud by false representation amounting to over £660,000.
R -v- CV Leeds Crown Court
The Defendant was charged with fraud by false representation in relation to his role with two companies plus a further charge of theft relating to an alleged loss to David Brown Ltd said to be over £113,000.
R -v- SA Snaresbrook Crown Court
This was a highly publicised case involving the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. The Defendant was charged with fraud by false representation.
R -v- TC & Others Operation Aquamarine Southwark Crown Court
The Defendant was charged with conspiracy to defraud Barclays Private Client International Bank by obtaining mortgage loans to which the Crown allege they were not entitled to.
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