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We believe we have some of the most experienced and gifted lawyers within their specialist fields in the UK. Established in 1978, the firm vigorously defends people across the complete spectrum of criminal investigations. We have substantial experience of dealing with the most high profile, complex and unusual cases. We represent professionals in regulatory matters and advise companies and their directors on a range of matters which involve potential criminal liability.

We provide representation at mental health tribunals, inquests, and General Medical Council (GMC) hearings, whilst our Prison Law Department has developed an enviable reputation nationwide. Please consider all of our specialist services and also take a moment to look at the firm’s history page. If you feel we may be able to assist you in any way please do not hesitate to contact us for some preliminary ‘no obligation’ advice.

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Film Scheme Fraud

Successive governments in the UK have appreciated the value of maintaining and nurturing a British Film Industry. It creates jobs for those taking part in the production of the films and contributes to both the UK economy and our cultural life. In order to encourage and incentivise the making of films in the UK there have been (since 1982) a series of allowances and reliefs available within the tax system. These have changed over the years as H.M. Revenue & Customs believe there has been a targeted abuse of the various systems created. There have been a number of prosecutions arising out of the alleged improper use of film scheme tax relief schemes and one recent case of note is one that we, as a firm, were engaged in - namely “Operation Crystallite”.

Amanda Long & Adam Foster |12/2/16

Smoking In Private Cars

Prior to 1 October 2015, smoking in a private car was not an offence. However, if the police believed that due to the driver smoking, their driving fell below the standard expected of a competent driver or they did not show consideration for other road users, the driver could be prosecuted for the offence of Driving Without Due Care And Attention (Careless Driving) – the maximum sentence being a £5,000 fine and 9 points or a discretionary disqualification.

Adam Bonney |30/9/15

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