BSQ Instructed in Two New Search Warrant Challenges

BSQ is presently acting in two search warrant challenges arising from complex and high profile for police investigations. 

In both cases, BSQ are currently engaged in pre-action litigation correspondence with the police and state investigation teams. Both claims relate to submissions advanced on behalf of BSQ client’s that the police acted unlawfully when applying ex parte – without notifying the respondents–  for warrants to search our clients premises from a Magistrate’s Court.

Our submissions in one of these cases arose after our clients sought a second opinion having been advised by their original solicitors that there were no grounds to challenge the conduct of the police who had obtained warrants to search premises in the course of a long-running investigation.

BSQ partner Roger Sahota acts in both cases. Roger has considerable expertise in challenging search warrants and is one of the leading solicitor practitioners in this area. Learn more about Roger’s practice here and recent cases here and here and here.

If you require advice and assistance to challenge a search warrant or in the course of a police investigation please contact our London offices.