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Possession of Articles for use in Fraud Solicitors in London

Specialist London Solicitors in Possession of Articles for use in Fraud cases

At MFI Law Limited we have the expertise in representing clients charged with possession of articles for use in fraud. Our London Solicitors are available to represent clients at London Police Stations, Magistrates' and Crown Courts throughout the country.

Possession of Articles for use in Fraud is governed by Section 6 of the Fraud Act 2006 which states:

A person is guilty of Possession of Articles for use in Fraud if he:

There are a number of ways in which this offence can be committed. For example, when a person sends an email falsely claiming that it is coming from a financial institution in order to deceive the innocent customer in providing their personal information which is then used in the commission of a fraudulent offence.

The use of electronic equipment is a common and increasingly effective tool for both creating and exhibiting articles for use in fraud.

Offences of this type involve an element of planning which makes the offence more serious and it can be committed in the following ways:

Sentencing guidelines for Possession of Articles for the use in Fraud

Maximum Sentence: 5 years imprisonment

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