Archive - Expertise: Serious Crime
Our client’s position was that he found the item, believed it was a torch, and… View Article
He was accused of being in possession of criminal property ie that he knew the… View Article
Back in 2012, Ameen Jogee was convicted of murder along with his friend Mohammed Hirsi, and both were given life sentences. What was unusual about the case was that Jogee didn’t actually wield the knife that killed Paul Fyfe – he was convicted simply because he’d urged his friend to carry out the crime.
The 3 men had pleaded guilty during their trial which had the effect of reducing… View Article