• DJMS has the experience, expertise, guile and the technological support to ensure equality of arms with prosecutors in those cases which are both serious and complex. Allegations of white collar crime require the spotless defence that DJMS lawyers deliver.

    Overview

    This highly complex area crime relates to many other aspects of serious crime. Such offences are often related to fraud, dishonesty and money laundering. Clients involved in such offences become involved by an omission or “turning a blind eye”. Therefore, it is of paramount importance that you are legally represented from the outset at the police station. Concerning matters such a fraud it is essential that when we attend at the police station we are in receipt of quality disclosure from police to ensure that you are advised correctly and accurately as to the weight of evidence, admissibility of evidence and defences that may arise. Only such guidance comes from a firm with experience and expertise.

    In business as a body corporate and especially as directors of a business we have to be aware of corporate and director liability as well as Section 2 and 3 of the Health and Safety at Work Act in consideration of the appeal authority of R v Willmott Dixon Construction taking into consideration risk. Allow us to guide you or your company and if necessary provide training in this specialist area.

    Dawn Raids, Search & Seizure

    The firms has a wealth of experience in providing advice and assistance in the case of ‘dawn raids’. This is where investigating officers arrive at the business address or a residential home unannounced (usually at around 6-7am, namely ‘dawn’) to search, seize and retain property, including confidential documents, computers and other IT software and may also arrest individuals.

    A dawn raid can be an intimidating experience, and it is important that you have competent legal advice in order to properly protect your reputation and possessions. Our team can also help you to strategize both internal and external responses to such an investigation. We can assist you both at home, work or in the Police Station to advise you on what type of protections are available to you and your assets. This is most relevant to material that is subject to confidentially and Legal Professional Privilege.

    Our Lawyers are available 24 hours a day, providing immediate, first class legal advice, representation and assistance during criminal proceedings. Please contact the Fraud, White Collar & Business Crime Department on 0191 5101221 or emailenquires@djmssolicitors.co.uk

    Insider Trading

    DJMS specialist fraud lawyers have a wealth of experience and knowledge of the legal implications where clients have been charged with insider-trading and other related offences found under the Criminal Justice Act 2003 and the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000.

    Our teams of specialist criminal defence lawyers represent corporate and individual clients throughout regulatory and criminal investigations conducted by The Financial Services Authority (FSA) enforcement division.

    Insider trading is a form of ‘market abuse’ and includes the misuse of information whilst trading investments in the UK markets. The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has wide ranging powers to take action against anyone suspected of market abuse or whose conduct falls below acceptable standards.

    We provide strategic and pragmatic advice, in circumstances where there is often a complex dynamic between dealing with the FSA exercising its criminal prosecution or regulatory enforcement powers including advice on employers’ internal investigations.

    Our lawyers are available 24 hours a day, providing immediate, first class legal advice, representation and assistance during legal proceedings. Please contact the Fraud, White Collar & Business Crime Department on 0191 5101221 or emailenquires@djmssolicitors.co.uk

    Revenue, Tax, VAT, Carousel (MTIC) Fraud

    DJMS Fraud team have experience and knowledge in representing those who are suspected of or charged with offences involving tax fraud and VAT fraud, including carousel fraud also known as Missing Trader Intra Community Fraud (MTIC Fraud).

    MTIC (Missing Trader Intra-Community) fraud has in recent years become the main target of HMRC’s law enforcement efforts. By definition MTIC Fraud’s are complex, often involving international arrangements and HM Revenue and Customs can execute long drawn out investigations, so it is imperative to seek expert legal advice. Conviction can often result in considerable prison sentences and confiscation orders under the Proceeds of Crime Act.

    Our lawyers are available 24 hours a day, providing immediate, first class legal advice, representation and assistance during legal proceedings. Please contact the Fraud & White-Collar Business Crime Department on 0191 5101221 or emailenquires@djmssolicitors.co.uk

    “Thank you for your help, support and guidance. It was wise to leave it all to you – An outstanding result! Many thanks.”

    R v. JW. Birmingham Magistrates Court
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