Category Archives: Miscellaneous

Bank note forgery and counterfeiting

February 27, 2019

In straitened financial circumstances, it can be tempting to consider purchasing counterfeit money. While the price of such ‘currency’ fluctuates widely, it is often as low as 25% of the face value, making it a tempting proposition. State currency producers spend millions each year on devising and improving security safeguards, and that counterfeit currency can […]


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Moss & Co, a special firm.

November 8, 2018

Moss & Co 25 this year. I thought would take this opportunity to have look at the history of Moss & Co since Narinder and I established it in 1993.  I believe it is a very special if not unique law firm. This account may be of interest to committed, dynamic young (or not so […]


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Extradition and the importance of legal representation

December 6, 2017

Extradition – An Introduction Extradition is the process where one country asks another to return a person to stand trial or to serve a sentence. The UK has extradition relations with over 100 territories around the world. What Is the Process? The requesting State contacts the UK authorities and makes an extradition request. This may […]


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Forensic Test Scandal – Is Your Drug or Drink Driving Conviction Safe?

December 3, 2017

Your drug or drink driving conviction may be unsafe New details have emerged about forensic testing deficiencies at two of the country’s leading laboratories. Police are currently investigating the circumstances.  A number of people have been arrested. Randox Testing Services (RTS) and Trimega Laboratories handle samples for some of the most high-profile criminal and family […]


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Driving Disqualification – Get Your Licence Back

November 15, 2017

Disqualified for 2 years or more? – How to apply for driving licence return. In some instances, it is possible to apply to a court and ask that a driving ban is ended early. You can apply for your driving licence return. If your circumstances have changed since being disqualified ask one of our criminal law […]


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The value of an apology in a criminal case

November 1, 2017

Sorry, seems to be the hardest word… But in criminal law, sometimes a simple act of contrition, genuinely felt and communicated, can alter a case outcome significantly. A timely admission and expression of sorrow can make the difference between a formal resolution such as caution or charge, and persuade the police to consider an out […]


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New prisoner licence changes could mean more breaches

October 18, 2017

Released on licence, But Not Free For many offenders, a prison sentence is a grim reality, a punishment that must be served, often impacting not only on a single individual but in many cases their family. So, when the day of release comes, it is a significant moment, the door on punishment closed and a […]


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Benefit Fraud Investigation – an anatomy.

February 28, 2017

A Benfit Fraud investigation – the 5 steps There are 5 distinct phases to  Benefit Fraud and Tax Credit Fraud investigations. Because we conduct hundreds of cases we have become highly  experienced and succesful Benefit Fraud solicitors. This means we always take the right steps to ensure the best outcome. The result is that in many […]


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Indecent exposure or a refreshing walk?

January 22, 2014

Indecent exposure and the Naked Rambler – a sledgehammer to crack a nut. One of the life affirming moments on my bike ride to work is the alarum of a Cockerel coming over the Holloway houses. He had gone silent over the Christmas break and I was concerned that the subject of my positive musings […]


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