Fraud and Proceeds of Crime
Direct Access Qualified - without the need to instruct a solicitor to discuss your case
It is now common practice for prosecutors to use their extensive powers under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 to freeze and seize assets of those convicted of certain offences, those under investigation and even those acquitted before the courts. Such powers can culminate in an application to the courts to permanently confiscate the assets of a person including those held with another [i.e. spouse], lengthy terms of imprisonment in default are imposed for non-payment.
Warwick has special interest in the presentation of fraud, restraint and asset recovery cases to the courts. Warwick’s ability to understand complex financial information gives him a distinct advantage both in cross examining expert financial witnesses, and also in presenting your case. Warwick’s confidence in handling cases of this nature gives him particular gravitas both in court and in negotiating undeniably favourable settlements in your favour.
- Excellent grasp of mathematical principles and techniques underpinning cutting edge forensic accounting techniques.
- Closing working relationship with a number of leading forensic accountants.
- Strong ability to negotiate favourable settlements where appropriate.
- Particular ability to develop new angles of legal argument in relation to this area of law.
Warwick is to provide full guidance and advice to solicitors representing clients in this area, and to represent you directly. Please contact Warwick on 07872949915, or firstname.lastname@example.org Please provide us with as much of the following information as possible:
- Your name and contact details
- Name of court your case is in, and when it is next due to be heard
- Brief history of your case, whether you have been convicted of any offence, what has already happened at any earlier restraint/asset recovery hearings.
- Details of any legal help/advice you have already received.