Khadim Al’Hassan has a heavyweight practice in crime. He regularly appears before the English and international courts and tribunals, and advises on issues of jurisdiction.
Khadim provides specialist advice and representation in all areas of criminal law. His strength lies in his wealth of experience and knowledge as well as a commitment to effective case management, rigorous analysis of the relevant law and procedure, and meticulous attention to detail.
He is regularly instructed in cases involving serious organised crime and serious sexual and violent offences arising out of complex investigations, including disclosure and public-interest immunity.
Khadim is regularly asked to provide second opinions on cases and advice on appeals.
Khadim is well-known for his skilled tactical advice and first-class advocacy, and is very client-focused. He has a solid understanding of the wider issues arising out of cases. He is highly regarded and very approachable
A small selection of cases in which Khadim has appeared:
- R Naveed Mohammed & Others (Att. Gen ref, 8, 9, 10 of 2002) 2003 1 CR. App. R (s) 57 – Honour-based kidnapping where a community order sentence was appealed by the Attorney General and refused.
- Naiz ali & Others – Hawala Banking and £180m money-laundering fraud, trafficking criminal monies around the world and cuckoo-smurfing
- Brookes & Others – Terrorism offences arising out of the heckling of John Reid MP.
- Dogar & Others (Oxford grooming case), Central Criminal Court – Leading case on s.41 and life sentence in grooming of young vulnerable children in care.
- R v Adewale & Another – Match.com internet-dating fraud case.
- Venables & Olojugba – £600k NHS dental-practice fraud relating to alleged overcharging for work not carried out.
- R v Shah Jahan & Others – Election fraud involving postal voting in Birmingham. S106 notices, ‘banana-republic shame’.
- R v Koubari & Others – £21m importation of class-A drugs, Southampton.
- R v Hussain & 11 Others – Conspiracy to murder.
- Majid Hussain & Others – Money-laundering the proceeds of criminal activity of others; acquitted.
- Victoria Jackson (2015) – Cash-for-crash and money-laundering.
- Sean Thompson – The Sheffield ‘ Xbox murder’ by a young man who had just signed up to play for the Blades.
- Sen Ba Trinh – Cultivating cannabis throughout the North using a team of gardeners.
- Zaheer Ahmed – blackmail of a local politician and threats to family members abroad who had to be flown to the UK.
- Abdul Rauf – ‘The Rochdale Grooming case’, involving vulnerable young girls in the care of the local authority.
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