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Jonathan Fisher QC gives evidence to Home Affairs Committee on Tuesday 8th March 2016

The Home Affairs Committee has been conducting an inquiry into how effectively the measures introduced in the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, to deprive criminals of any benefit from their crimes, are working. In particular, the inquiry will assess the operation of confiscation orders, which are the main mechanism through which this policy is implemented.

Jonathan Fisher QC is giving oral evidence to the Committee tomorrow, on the 8th March in the Portcullis House, London at 2.15pm.

Jonathan Fisher QC is a barrister specialising in financial crime and proceeds of crime cases. He is ranked in Band 1 by Chambers & Partners UK as a leading barrister in these areas.  Jonathan can be contacted at
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