A very large county lines drug supply investigation by Northamptonshire Police where vulnerable adults and children were used as slaves by the drug dealers.
All acquittals in viral restaurant violent disorder and GBH case
MTC represented all 3 clients in a business dispute that ended in serious criminal charges. MTC acted variously for the owner, manager and a member of staff accused of a hostile and violent takeover of a well-known Indian restaurant. Mobile phone footage of the incident attracted national news coverage and went viral. Over the course of five weeks at Isleworth Crown Court, MTC along with counsel successfully demonstrated that it was in fact their clients who were in rightful occupation of the restaurant and who were defending themselves. The jury acquitted the defendants on all counts.
MTC represents in cross-channel people smuggling case
MTC represented clients in their extradition matters of managing the UK arm of a large people smuggling network.
A total of 15 people were arrested for organising the smuggling of people to the UK in the backs of lorries.
Police investigated a drugs, firearms and vehicles crime ring in Yorskhire. The police made almost 88 individual arrests and confiscation orders were in excess of £100,000.
This was one of London's largest 'dawn raids' which included almost 500 police officers with Territorial Support Group undertaking synchronised 4am dawn raids at 21 addresses in North West London. The year long undercover operation investigated a number of drugs and gun supplying gangs.
A large scale cocaine-supply case in East Anglia, where the client was arrested on suspicion of delivering pure cocaine in a complex network. The police had undertaken an undercover investigation using observations and recording probes in cars to gather intelligence.
A £1.4 million Tier 1 and Revenue fraud. Registered immigration advisors and company directors allegedly manipulated earnings to support immigration applications and to obtain a rebate of taxes previously paid to the Revenue. The Serious Fraud Division Prosecution team described this case as sophisticated due to the number of companies which were created.