Knife Crime Prevention Orders

Speaker: Nermine Abdul Sayed
Chambers: 33 Bedford Row

Every criminal Defence Practitioner at every level of their career should be up to speed with KCPO’s clearly explained in detail here by Deputy District Judge Nermine Abdel Sayed of Counsel at 33 Bedford Row.

This seminar was filmed at our London crime conference and has been professionally edited to include course notes and slides which accompany the presentation

This seminar will discuss

The Offensive Weapons Act 2019

Overview, application and duration

Orders without conviction by s.14

Applications without notice

Interim Orders

Orders made on Conviction

Provisions of s KCPO

Duration

Notification Requirements

Review variation or discharge

Appeals

Breach

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33 Bedford Row

“Nermine has developed an outstanding practice, both prosecuting and defending a wide range of criminal offences. She is regularly instructed in cases involving serious sexual offences including cold cases, historical allegations of rape and sexual abuse. She is recognised for her skill in representing clients who are vulnerable, because of age, learning difficulties or mental health issues.

Nermine has undertaken specialist training in dealing with vulnerable witnesses. She is approachable, clear, persuasive and is known as a particularly talented jury advocate who always has the respect of the Court. In 2017 Nermine was appointed a Deputy District Judge in the Magistrates Court”

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