Mark Graffius is a ‘no nonsense, outstanding advocate’ in the fields of serious crime and complex fraud, in which he excels and is a highly sought silk.
He is skilful and articulate and has been described as ‘highly polished’ with ‘exceptional client care and judgement’.
Mark’s particular specialisation is in fraud allegations of corporate crime, but he also has extensive experience in cases involving murder, drug manufacture and importation, money laundering, firearms and cash detentions. He has been involved in numerous high profile organised crime cases from Supergrass cases and gangland murders, to the Tonbridge Robbery and the first successful challenge of DNA evidence in the UK.
Mark has defended directors in cases varying from substantial VAT and Duty and Excise fraud, to a national sub-contracting fraud in the construction industry, to money laundering involving Swiss banks and Swiss Banking Law. Due to his expertise in this area of financial crime, Mark often advises company directors in matters of tax, VAT and directors disqualifications, pre-charge.