Post-Conviction Advice: How to Get Help with Appeals and Confiscation

The shock of a criminal conviction, and/or a harsher than expected sentence, can make it hard to think clearly about the options for what to do next. Where a trial and mitigation has been carefully and properly prepared, the advisers who have helped throughout the case will usually be the best placed to say whether there are grounds for an appeal. In some cases the defendants and their family members will want to take a second opinion, but this is never cheap or easy, and time is always of the essence.

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Harry Travers takes part in a panel discussion at joint event of the Fraud Lawyers Association and Young Fraud Lawyers Association

Harry Travers took part in a joint event of the Fraud Lawyers Association (FLA) and Young Fraud Lawyers Association (YFLA) on 19 September, on a panel alongside Barry Vitou of Pinsent Masons, Kevin Robinson of Howard Kennedy, Chris Coltart QC and Vivienne Tanchel. The discussion involved hypothetical issues arising from a multi-national corporate discovering misconduct in Africa.

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