The defendant appealed against his convictions for converting the proceeds of crime. He had allowed money taken in fraud by another to be paid through his bank account. He denied he had any knowledge of the fact that they were criminal proceeds and he had not himself been involved in any conversion. Held: The appeal … Continue reading Regina v Fazal: CACD 9 Jun 2009
The defendant appealed against her conviction for assisting in the disposal of the proceeds of criminal activity, saying that the judge had incorrectly ruled that she had waived legal privilege as to the advice given to her at the police station, and that an inference could be drawn under section 34. Under cross examination she … Continue reading Loizou, Regina v: CACD 14 Jul 2006
Citations:  EWCA Crim 606 Links: Bailii Statutes: Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 327(1)(d) Jurisdiction: England and Wales Criminal Sentencing Updated: 17 June 2022; Ref: scu.635651
Application for leave to appeal against convictions for money laundering related offences. Judges: Jolroyde LJ, Zeidman QC HHJ Citations:  EWCA Crim 1147 Links: Bailii Statutes: Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 327(1) Jurisdiction: England and Wales Crime Updated: 28 March 2022; Ref: scu.591698
The defendants, scrap metal merchants, appealed against convictions for attemption to deal in stolen metals. The court was asked as to the mental element required for criminal attempt under section 1 of the 1981. The context here was an accusation of concealing, disguising or converting criminal property contrary to s.327(l) of the 2002 Act, under … Continue reading Pace and Another v Regina: CACD 18 Feb 2014
Appeal against conviction of one Count of acquiring criminal property, contrary to section 329(1)a) of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, and one Count of removing criminal property from England and Wales, contrary do section 327(1)e) of that Act. Citations:  EWCA Crim 1381 Links: Bailii Jurisdiction: England and Wales Crime Updated: 04 July 2022; … Continue reading Yip, Regina v: CACD 26 May 2010
Belfast – ‘The twenty eight charges against this defendant, Wu Pu Paul Mo, are each of converting criminal property contrary to Section 327(1)(c) of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. The particulars of each offence allege that he converted criminal property by purchasing bankers drafts from monies held in one of five accounts in his … Continue reading MO, Regina v: CCNI 17 Oct 2013
Appeal from conviction and sentence after conviction of being concerned in the production of a Class B controlled drug (cannabis), contrary to section 4(2(b) of the Misuse of Drugs Act (count 1) and of transferring criminal property, contrary to . .