Khadim Al’Hassan Defends in £1.4 million Chip Shop Fraud and £2.7 Million Drugs CasePark Square Barristers
Khadim Al Hassan has recently appeared in two high profile criminal cases for the defence which have attracted national media coverage.
Firstly he represented a man at Grimsby Crown Court where the defendant had benefited from £1.4 million of unpaid tax.
The defendant owned a number of fish and chip shops in Cleethorpes and Grimsby.
He used the unpaid tax to fund a lavish life style which included buying a £1 million mansion and a £60,000 Mercedes.
The defendant pleaded guilty to Proceeds of Crime offences and was sentenced to 3 and a half year in custody.
Khadim Al’Hassan also represented a member of a drugs gang who was charged with conspiracy to supply £2.7 million of cocaine and heroin.
The gang were arrested after a 3-month surveillance operation by Greater Manchester Police.
The defendant pleaded guilty at Manchester Crown Court and was jailed for nine years.
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