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Magdalena Motyl Of Bark&co Instructed In Most High-Profile Extradition Case Of 2017

September 8, 2017

Bark&co has been instructed to represent Michael Herba the Polish national who is alleged to have been involved in the kidnapping of English model Chloe Ayling in Italy.  Mr Herba was arrested on a European Arrest Warrant issued by the Italian authorities. The Extradition Hearing is due to take place in due course at Westminster… Read more »

Triple Success For Bark&co In High Court Extradition Appeals

September 5, 2017

In September 2017 Magdalena Motyl at Bark&co wins three High Court Extradition Appeals in a row. 1. Roman Kolodziejczyk v Poland – This was a case involving a conviction for Murder. Following successful legal arguments surrounding Article 26 of the European Council Framework Decision the Appeal was allowed and the Appellant released. 2. Marek Jaworski… Read more »

Another client acquitted at the Old Bailey

August 14, 2017

Solicitor Danielle Coyle successfully represented Mr M charged with being concerned in the supply of heroin and crack cocaine. Mr M was unanimously acquitted after a three day Trial at the Old Bailey. The case turned extensively on mobile telephone evidence and involved an analysis of the content of two phones he was found in possession… Read more »

Court of Appeal gives judgment in X & Y Limited v HMRC (AWRS injunctions)

July 7, 2017

Giles Bark-Jones and Joe Pyne of Bark&co acted for X&Y in this important appeal which has established that (1) HMRC do have power to grant interim approvals to traders pending appeal to the FTT against AWRS refusals and (2) the High Court can grant an injunction to a trader pending appeal to the FTT if… Read more »

R v G & Others

June 14, 2017

Mr. G was a privately paying client who came to us from his previous solicitors for his trial. He was ultimately charged with Possession with Intent to Supply Class A and Class B drugs, along with two co-defendants. Mr. G was of good character and maintained that he would plead Guilty to possession of the… Read more »

Client acquitted at the Bailey after allegations of cannabis production

May 6, 2017

Senior Consultant Paul Cameron successfully represented our client following a 17-day trial at the Old Bailey. Our client faced 6 counts, 3 of Conspiracy to produce cannabis and 3 of Conspiracy to abstract electricity. It is believed to be the biggest conspiracy to cultivate cannabis uncovered in the UK. This was the second of two… Read more »

Bark&co act in another SFO prosecution

March 29, 2017

Senior Solicitor Maria Stalbow acts for Mr. R who has been charged along with four other British men, including three former Directors of Solar Energy Savings Limited. They have been charged with conspiracy to commit fraud following the Serious Fraud Office’s investigation into Solar Energy Savings Limited, PV Solar Direct Limited and Ultra Energy Global… Read more »

R v M

November 11, 2016

Mr. M came to us charged with a very serious section 18 GBH offence. He was alleged to have kicked the complainant in the head and stamped on his face, causing severe and chronic injuries including a broken cheekbone, ulcerated eyeball and the onset of epilepsy. Mr. M was steadfast in his account that he… Read more »

Five Years as a Top Tier Firm – Legal 500

September 15, 2016

We are proud to announce that for the 5th consecutive year, Bark&co has been recognised as a TOP-TIER FIRM in Crime in the Legal 500, for Fraud: white-collar crime. The Legal 500 noted: “The ‘diligent’ crime team at Bark&co is led by the firm’s founder, Giles Bark-Jones. Bark-Jones secured an acquittal for criminal barrister Andrew… Read more »

R v A & Others

September 5, 2016

Senior Solicitor Dina Patel today successfully represented Mr A, at Manchester Crown Court, where the Prosecution offered no evidence against him. Mr A, was jointly charged with three others for Fraud by False Representation and Money Laundering. The Prosecution from the outset described the case, as a complex financial investigation, into significant levels of money… Read more »

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