Bail Rescinded in CPS Fraud Case

Fri, 01 Mar 2013

Two Crown Prosecution Service employees, Lisa Burrows, 41, Oldbury and Tahir Mahmood, 50, Hodge Hill are charged with conspiracy to commit fraud by making false representations.
 
The pair are accused of submitting false claims for taxis for witnesses to the CPS to the value of over £1 million. 
 
District Judge Sham Quereshi granted them both bail, however an appeal against the decision by Malcolm McHaffie, Deputy Head of special crime for the CPS means they remained in custody.
 
Please click here to view the profile of Brian Dean, who represented the Special Crime Division when the bail granted to Lisa Burrows was rescinded.
 
Please click here to read the story as reported in the Birmingham Mail.

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