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Lloyds PR Solicitors

11 STATION ROAD, LONDON, NW10 4UJ, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0208 963 1050
Fax:
Fax 0208 963 1975
DX:
57654 HARLESDEN
Email:
Web:
www.lloydspr.com
London, Watford

Prasad Palihawadana

Tel:
Work 020 8963 1050
Email:
Lloyds PR Solicitors

Work Department

Police station representation and advocacy at the Magistrates.

Position

Prasad is the partner/director of Lloyds PR Solicitors. He is also the crime supervisor of the firm. The main areas of work are: police stations (giving advice) and magistrates’ court cases (attends hearings to represent clients). Prasad has been a court and police station duty solicitor for over 10 years. In 2011 – 2012 Prasad has been involved with the following two notable cases: R v Tran, Central Criminal Court (multi-hander, multi-million pound conspiracy to produce cannabis by using hydroponics) and R v Milka, Croydon Crown Court (large sophisticated internet banking fraud); Prasad specialises in sexual offences including child abuse cases. Prasad is a supervisor for the VHCC panel and trainee supervisor. Recent notable cases: R v Biles, Blackfriars Crown Court (Conspiracy to supply class A drugs); R v Tereziu, Ipswich Crown Court (Importation of class A drugs); R v Nash Kingston Crown Court (Importation of class A drugs); R v Hussain St Albans Crown Court (Importation of class A drugs); R v Sharif St Albans Crown Court (Possession of class B with intent to supply); R v Haddag Southwark Crown Court (Conspiracy to convert criminal property); R v Yazadani Exeter Crown Court (Money laundering); R v Crossfield Leicester Crown Court (Long firm fraud); R v Thanabalsingham Portsmouth Crown Court (Rape); R v Vivekananthan Woolwich Crown Court (Rape of a minor); R v McCloud McCLOUD, St Albans Crown Court (Rape of a minor in India); R v Choudhury St Albans Crown Court (Rape); R v Vale, Isleworth Crown Court (Rape); R v Kandasamy- Kingston Crown Court (Rape); and R v Szabova, Guildhall Middlesex Crown Court (Human trafficking and prostitution).

Career

Throughout his career Prasad has specialised in criminal defence. He worked for a number of high-street practices before becoming a partner at Lloyds PR Solicitors in February 2006.

Education

University of Columbo, Sri Lanka BA.


London: Crime, fraud and licensing

Crime: general

Within: Crime: general

Standout firmLloyds PR Solicitors provides ‘comprehensive proofs and useful observations, and ensures that all requests are actioned quickly and effectively’. The team is split across five departments dealing with cases at various points in their progression, including the police station, Magistrates Court, Crown Court, and in confiscation and advocacy proceedings. The team is headed by Prasad Palihawadana, and Mohsin Ariff has ‘a fantastic grasp of the law and a very sharp mind’.

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