Kevin Dent features in The Criminal Bar Quarterly on the efforts to free abducted barrister Mr Ahmad Bin Quasem. Kevin Dent has been a supporter Michael Polak from Church Court Chambers, who has worked tirelessly for the release of his client, Bangladeshi Barrister Ahmad Bin Quasem.

Ahmad was abducted by state security forces in August 2016 and has been held incommunicado since then. Kevin Dent, explains the circumstances under which Ahmad was seized as well as work being done on behalf of Mr Bin Quasem including Michael Polak's travels to Bangladesh to press for his release.  

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Kevin Dent has built up a wealth of experience over 20 years in fraud and serious crime and is often instructed as leading counsel. The core of Kevin’s practice is fraud, revenue evasion, money laundering, and health care frauds.  Kevin is often instructed in multi-million-pound fraud cases involving large volumes of complex material calling upon Kevin’s keen eye for detail.

Kevin is a committed advocate who relishes complex and tough cases and those where cross-examination may be critical to the outcome.

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