Monthly Archives: June 2010

Types of Criminal Offences

Assault – common assault and battery, actual bodily harm (ABH), grievous bodily harm (GBH) Benefit Fraud – housing benefit, claiming whilst working, non-declaration of assets Blackmail Burglary – domestic, commercial, aggravated Child Neglect Conspiracy (to commit any of the offences … Continue reading

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Blackmail

If you are worried about blackmail after reading this article and you would like to discuss your concerns in complete confidentiality please contact your nearest London office to arrange an appointment. Blackmail is the crime of threatening to reveal substantially … Continue reading

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Common Assault and Battery

If you are worried about being prosecuted for common assault and battery after reading this article and you would like to discuss your concerns in complete confidentiality please contact your nearest London office to arrange an appointment. There are two … Continue reading

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Benefit Fraud

Benefit fraud is falsely claiming state help or money from the British government. It has been the subject of much media frenzy. In recent years, the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has launched an aggressive campaign against benefit frauds … Continue reading

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