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Murder acquittal

November 28, 2019

Moss & Co, criminal law solicitors, acted for CG at the Old Bailey who has just been acquitted of Murder. The allegation was that the defendant has been involved in the robbery of a BMW motor car as a result of which the owner had been stabbed to death.  Our client’s case was that he had […]


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Success in two serious fraud cases for Gil Spurling

November 19, 2019

2019 St Albans Crown Court – International Fraud Gilbert Spurling acted for a defendant in the Crown Court who was accused of being involved in a multi-million-pound fraud. The fraud involved a fake investment scam covering several jurisdictions, including China and South America. The Crowns case was that the defendant was a party to the […]


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Released Under Investigation?

November 14, 2019

Released Under Investigation? If you have had an interview with the police and have been released under investigation, we will  help and advise you. Police figures show that over 193,000 people have been released under investigation (RUI). That’s a lot of worried people roughly equivalent to a town the size of Reading or Slough. They […]


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Benefit fraud, failure to declare capital

April 3, 2019

Capital over the Income Support Limit Our client was a man of good character.  He consulted unqualified  benefit fraud advisors about his undeclared capital case. Unfortunately his advisors were unsuccessful.  Therefore, a summons was issued for him to attend court. He then instructed our benefit fraud expert Keith Hollywood. The claimant was in receipt of  carer’s allowance […]


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Indecent Images

April 3, 2019

Have you been  sent unsolicited indecent images ? It is a not uncommon event. Your mobile phone or tablet is open to the world. You are on Instagram, Facebook, Snap Chat  and Twitter. You have many friends. Unknown to you, you have many potential contacts who are “friends of friends”. You are a member of […]


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Notice of intended prosecution for DLA and PIP Benefit Fraud is withdrawn

December 11, 2018

Background Our client received a Notice of Intended Prosecution for DLA and PIP Benefit Fraud.  They lived in a major northern town and received Disability Living Allowance (DLA) from 2012. Later benefit payments were converted to Personal Independence Payment (PIP). They received benefits for both mobility and personal care. In late 2015 an anonymous informant […]


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PIP Appeal Tribunal Win

December 4, 2018

PIP appeal win after move from DLA. Sometimes it is hard to believe the sheer wrong headedness of decisions based on medical assessments by ATOS. This is one such PIP appeal case. Our client was a young man who had been on the middle rate care component of Disability Living Allowance and the lower rate […]


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Benefit fraud – Prosecution avoided in £50,000 case

November 8, 2018

Benefit Fraud – the importance of repayment in public interest submissions The case  Our client received a notice recommending prosecution in respect of claims for Housing and Council Tax Benefit and for claims in respect of Income Support and Job Seekers Allowance. The overpayments referenced a long period and totalled about £50,000. The allegation is […]


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Actions against the police fees

October 4, 2018

Private client fees Narinder Moss our senior partner is in charge of Actions Against the Police cases.  She has over 25 years experience and has conducted a wide variety of cases. Her hourly charging rate is £225 per hour plus VAT. Fixed fees short advice. In suitable cases we are able to offer a short […]


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