High profile fraud case at Birmingham Crown Court

High profile fraud case at Birmingham Crown Court

Quentin was instructed to appear at a sentencing hearing to represent an accountant who had admitted to taking over £325,000 from Accord Housing Association whilst working as their deputy CEO. Despite many strong aggravating features including a large element of breach of trust Quentin was able to secure a sentence of only 3 years in custody and due to the way in which the case had been handled the prosecution brought no confiscation proceedings under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.

The case was widely covered in the national media:

Mail Online              Mirror

 

POSTED: Monday, November 23, 2015

Categories:  FRAUD,   PRESS