Serious Organised Crimes in UK Law

  • R v Waya (Terry)
    • Supreme Court
    • 14 November 2012
    ... ... was considered recently by the court in Serious Organised Crime Agency v Perry [2012] UKSC 35 ... organised crime) do not profit from their crimes, and it sends a strong deterrent message to that ... ...
  • R v Rezvi
    • House of Lords
    • 24 January 2002
    ... ... there would (for any other reason) be a serious risk of injustice in the defendant's case if the ... those engaged in drug trafficking or other crimes are confiscated: see the United Nations ... ...
  • R v Anwoir and Others
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 27 June 2008
    ... ... have to establish precisely what crime or crimes had generated the property in question, it did ... the Crown disclosed an email from the Serious Organised Crime Agency suggesting that Elmoghrabi ... ...
  • R v Ahmad and another
    • Supreme Court
    • 18 June 2014
    ... ... Act (like the 1994 Act) still applies to crimes committed before the 2002 Act came into force ... ...
  • Serious Organised Crime Agency v Perry
    • Supreme Court
    • 25 July 2012
    ... ... in this jurisdiction would be unable to make a civil recovery order in respect of land or other property in Spain bought with the proceeds of crimes committed here by a person resident here. Unable to obtain a civil recovery order, the enforcement authority could not take any steps here to require ... ...
  • Green (Article 8 – new rules) Jamaica
    • Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber)
    • 15 April 2013
    ... ... makes no reference to persons who commit crimes as juveniles. By contrast the decision of the ... was persistent and becoming more serious; that his membership of a gang both posed a ... groups of criminals who commit serious organised crime. These gangs such as the QC gang, as ... ...
  • Crown Prosecution Service (Nottinghamshire) v Rose
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 21 February 2008
    ... ... money laundering offences are invariably serious; in summary, money laundering incentivises crime ... , provides domestic and transnational organised crime with cash flow to perpetrate further ... criminals of the benefits of their crimes …. 26. If, then, the value of the ... ...
  • PO (Trafficked Women)
    • Asylum and Immigration Tribunal
    • 13 January 2009
    ... ... in Nigeria do not face a real risk of serious harm from human traffickers, but the risk is ... gangs being notoriously “ loosely organised ”. She also agreed with the Nigerian Report ... Crimes against highly placed personalities, such as ... ...
  • HD (Anonymity Direction Made) v Secretary of State for the Home Department
    • Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber)
    • 20 July 2016
    ... ... OCG Organised Criminal Group ... trafficked will face a real risk of serious harm and being trafficked again from their home ... example include drug production, property crimes, benefit fraud. According to the Europol 2016 ... ...
  • The Assets Recovery Agency v Gheorghe Virtosu and Another
    • Queen's Bench Division
    • 05 February 2008
    ... ... , and now a Principal Officer with the Serious Organised Agency. This statement is exhibited to ... organised crime heads who are remote from crimes committed to their order, yet enjoy the benefits; ... ...
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