Serious Criminal Offences

Serious Criminal Offences

The offences which are categorised as serious crime are;

• Conspiracy offences
• Drug trafficking
• Human trafficking and organised illegal immigration
• Cyber Crime
• Grievous Bodily Harm (GBH) and Actual Bodily Harm (ABH)
• Murder
• Terrorism

The creation of the National Crime Agency (NCA) has resulted in an increase of national and international serious and organised crime prosecutions. The prosecuting authorities are placing great emphasis on detecting, investigating and prosecuting serious and organised crime. They also seek ensuing financial applications by deploying the proceeds of crime legislation.

Conspiracy Offences

If the prosecution believe a suspect has been acting in agreement with one or more individuals they can charge the case as a Conspiracy. A conspiracy would include persons undertaking varying roles in that agreement. It is imperative that you seek experienced advice if facing such charges as nuances of role, culpability and harm can be extremely key to any trial, sentencing exercise and ensuing financial proceedings.

Drug Offences

• Being concerned in the supply of drugs
• Possession with intent to supply
• Production of drugs
• Class A drugs – includes heroin, cocaine, ‘crack’, MDMA or ‘ecstasy’, LSD.
• Class B drugs – includes amphetamine, cannabis, ketamine.
• Class C drugs – includes diazepam, nandralone, testosterone, temazepam.
Securing successful results in serious crime cases involves challenging evidence in these key areas, often with the assistance of expert witnesses;
• Telephone and Cell Site evidence
• Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) data
• Forensic and DNA evidence
• Covert recordings and surveillance
• Firearms evidence
• Financial Evidence
• Drugs analysis
• CCTV and Imagery
• Pathology and medical evidence
• Computer and digital forensics

Serious Criminal Offences

The offences which are categorised as serious crime are;

• Conspiracy offences
• Drug trafficking
• Human trafficking and organised illegal immigration
• Cyber Crime
• Grievous Bodily Harm (GBH) and Actual Bodily Harm (ABH)
• Murder
• Terrorism

The creation of the National Crime Agency (NCA) has resulted in an increase of national and international serious and organised crime prosecutions. The prosecuting authorities are placing great emphasis on detecting, investigating and prosecuting serious and organised crime. They also seek ensuing financial applications by deploying the proceeds of crime legislation.

Conspiracy Offences

If the prosecution believe a suspect has been acting in agreement with one or more individuals they can charge the case as a Conspiracy. A conspiracy would include persons undertaking varying roles in that agreement. It is imperative that you seek experience; d advice if facing such charges as nuances of role, culpability and harm can be extremely key to any trial, sentencing exercise and ensuing financial proceedings.

Drug Offences

• Being concerned in the supply of drugs
• Possession with intent to supply
• Production of drugs
• Class A drugs – includes heroin, cocaine, ‘crack’, MDMA or ‘ecstasy’, LSD.
• Class B drugs – includes amphetamine, cannabis, ketamine.
• Class C drugs – includes diazepam, nandralone, testosterone, temazepam.

Securing successful results in serious crime cases involves challenging evidence in these key areas, often with the assistance of expert witnesses;

• Telephone and Cell Site evidence
• Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) data
• Forensic and DNA evidence
• Covert recordings and surveillance
• Firearms evidence
• Financial Evidence
• Drugs analysis
• CCTV and Imagery
• Pathology and medical evidence
• Computer and digital forensics

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