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Ranjit Lallie
 
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Ranjit Lallie
   
Year of Call - 1997
 
Lincolns Inn
 
Area’s of Specialisation:
  • Serious Crime
  • Corporate Fraud
  • MTIC Fraud (Missing Trader Intra-Community)
  • Immigration
  • Murder
    Manslaughter
    Serious Sexual Offences
    Large Scale drug conspiracies
    Money Laundering
    Terrorism
 
Main areas of work
Criminal Defence Law
Languages
Fluent in Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu.
 
Cases
 
R v W
The Defendant was involved in an international fraud that generated a turnover of £2.4billion. The Defendant was acquitted.
 
R v I
The Defendant appeared at Oxford Crown Court charged with serious sexual offences. Following a 3 month trial he was acquitted.
 
R v S
The Defendant was charged with election fraud. Following a trial he was acquitted.
 
R v P
The Defendant appeared at Nottingham Crown Court charged with a multi £million European fraud. Following an Abuse of Process Application the proceedings were stayed and the Defendant was allowed to continue to trade.
 
R v D
The Defendant was charged with 2 attempted murder allegations and possession of a firearm. Following a trial he was acquitted.
 
R v H
The Defendant appeared at Birmingham Crown Court charged with Attempted Murder and Conspiracy to do GBH. There were 3 trials following which the Defendant was acquitted of all allegations.
 
R v N
The Defendant was charged with Murder, Possession of a firearm and Conspiracy to commit GBH. He had a cut-throat defence against 2 of his Co-accused. Following a 2 month trial he was acquitted and both his Co-accused were convicted of Murder.
 
R v M
The Defendant appeared at Canterbury Crown Court charged with importing 25 kilograms of heroin. Following a number of legal arguments and disclosure issues this Defendant was acquitted
 
R v K
The Defendant appeared at Wolverhampton Crown Court charged with £750,000 banking fraud. The Defendant was acquitted.
 
R v F
The Defendant appeared at Manchester Crown Court charged with a conspiracy to money launder over £1 million that originated from the sale of drugs, by purchasing various properties. The Defendant was acquitted.
 
R v P
The Defendant appeared at Old Bailey charged with Terrorism where the intended targets were located in foreign jurisdictions. Following a 2 month trial he was acquitted.
 
R v Y
The Defendant appeared at Derby Crown Court charged with multiple counts of sexual assault. The Defendant had mental health issues and was found to be unfit to stand trial. A Jury trial was conducted to see if he did the act. The Defendant was acquitted.