Amrit NagiSenior Practice Manager | Paralegal
Amrit Nagi is our Senior Practice Manager & Paralegal at Advice Wise Solicitors and has been assisting in the criminal department, ensuring a smooth transition of cases from the Police Station, Magistrates and Crown Court to the Court of Appeal.
Amrit graduated from London Southbank University with LLB (Hons).
Having started her legal career in various areas of law Amrit has gained invaluable experience in a wide variety of complex cases which has enabled her to further develop her research, drafting, communication and organisational skills whilst working on cases which require sufficient care such as sexual offences and confiscation proceedings. Amrit’s kind nature, efficiency and willingness to act under extreme time pressures, allows her to be able to deal with clients in a calm and professional manner.
Amrit possesses a good work ethic and is a hard-working individual who has over time shown that she can handle the pressures of representing clients charged with very serious offences.
Amrit also works in the family department at Advice Wise Solicitors.
Some of Amrit’s most recent notable cases are below
R v MH and others (Snaresbrook Crown Court) – Operation Sega; A large scale operation involving significant police resources to target a wide array of drug dealing in East London. The Defendant is one of nine defendants on a 24-count master indictment. The investigation resulted in a plethora of telephone seizures which has lead to voluminous call data and telephone material being served, in excess of 20,000 pages. The case involves forensic examination of cell site on particular dates to identify usage of the drug line and involves the instruction of a cell site expert.
R v KM and others (Southwark Crown Court) – Operation Meropia; Assisted in the representation of one of the main defendants in a 6-hander concerning the importation of Class A and B drugs, namely Cocaine and Cannabis concealed in a consignment of sweet potatoes from Jamaica and Pakistan. The Defendant was linked to a total of 7 mobile phones and accordingly this case involves significant analysis of mobile phone downloads, cell site data, CCTV footage and ANPR data. The total street value of drugs seized amounts to in excess of £3.5 million.
R v MAR and others (Blackfriars Crown Court) – Operation Falcon; Assisted in the representation of one of the lead defendants in a multi-handed conspiracy to defraud. It was alleged that this was a sophisticated and large-scale internet-enabled banking fraud involving over £12 million. This case involved over 400,000 pages of complex phone, computer and banking documents. The complexity arises from the hacking of various companies on an international scale. The trial commenced in early October 2018 and concluded in March 2019 with the trial lasting exactly 100 days. We represented the defendant who was third on the indictment containing a total of 10 individuals.
R v DA and others (Snaresbrook Crown Court) – Assisted in the representation of the lead Defendant in a multi-hander comprising of 20 counts relating to the offences of controlling prostitution for gain, rape, human trafficking and other sexual offences. Defendant accused of running a chain of brothels and committing various rapes.
R v ME (Central Criminal Court) – A defendant who was charged with five counts of attempted murder after it was alleged that he “rammed” his vehicle into a number of pedestrians on a pavement in South London and which was initially treated by emergency services as a terrorist attack (later transpired it was not).
R v SCG (Uxbridge Magistrates Court) – Represented a client in what seemed to be a simple matter; however, this was a complex case concerning various aspects of environmental law. Our client, a previous candidate for the General Election for the Green Party, had been protesting lawfully at a location which HS2 Ltd allegedly owned, against the work conducted by them and the affect it would have on the surrounding environment. The client was acquitted of all charges.
R v SK (Lewes Crown Court) –Assisted in the representation of a Defendant being investigated by Trading Standards regarding services provided by an airport parking company.
R v MA and others (Harrow Crown Court) – Assisted in the defence of a client who was charged with Kidnap, Blackmail and Robbery.
R v DH and others (Bristol Crown Court) – Assisted in the representation of a leading defendant in a multi-hander conspiracy to produce and supply cannabis.
R v PC (Southwark Crown Court) – Assisted in a conspiracy to commit burglary and conspiracy to steal case which related to the theft of high value vehicles using sophisticated means.
R v MNN (Central Criminal Court) – Assisting in the defence of a client who faced charges of entering into a money laundering arrangement, concerning approximately £100,000 found in cash.
R v VE and others (Snaresbrook Crown Court) – Assisted in a multi-hander fraudulent evasion of duty case where it was alleged that over 200,000 cigarettes were brought into the UK on which UK duty had not been paid.
R v MK (Snaresbrook Crown Court) – Assisted in the representation of a defendant charged with Assault occasioning actual bodily harm whilst using a weapon.
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