Both Ali and Rajiv are both criminal defence specialists with a particular specialism in terrorism cases. Ali has also appeared in numerous fraud and proceeds of crime cases. Rajiv was called to the Bar in 1993 and has defended many high profile terrorism cases as well as inquests and civil claims against the police.
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