taking the law into your own hands
Contrary to popular belief, it is not only the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), or other statutory authorities, that can pursue a prosecution. A private prosecution can be brought by a private individual or company under section 6(1) Prosecution of Offences Act 1985.
Where a complaint is made to an appropriate authority, it is important that evidence is prepared and presented clearly and that it is admissible.
In the first instance, I can assist you with reporting a crime to the appropriate public authority, including collating and presenting the evidence you are relying on in a clear and concise manner.
Where a prosecuting authority refuses to pursue allegations, perhaps failing to properly exercise their duties to investigate, a private prosecution may be the only other available recourse for victims of crime.
I can guide you through this process of pursuing a private prosecution, giving you the best chance of success. Importantly, conducting investigations that are robust but fair. Being a Certified Fraud Examiner, I am also ideally placed to assist you where the allegations you are making relates to financial crime.
In terms of recovering costs: a private prosecutor, provided a prosecution is instituted and continued with good cause, can generally recover the reasonable costs of their investigation and prosecution from Central Funds.
Call me on +44(0)7766001774 to discuss your requirements or send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.