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Thursday, 15 August 2013

Finbow Wines Ltd: Met Police arrest Billy Davies



 Billy Davies

Billy Davies was arrested by officers from the Met on Tuesday. He was held in police custody overnight and appeared at Westminster Magistrates Court on Wednesday where he was remanded in custody pending trial. He was cited as an alleged conspirator in Count Four – conspiracy to defraud in relation to Finbow Wines Ltd.

I assume that his trial will be at Southwark Crown Court. 

20 comments:

  1. Anon. Although your question about the WIA is apposite, this is not the right place, so I have posted your comment separately.

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  2. What did this guy do and why has it taken the police so long to find him?

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  3. Anon Thanks. There are brief details of the allegations against Billy Davies above. He was involved in Finbow Wines Ltd.

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  4. Anymore updates on Billy Davies?

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  5. As far as I know he remains in custody and will stand trial at a date to be fixed.

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    1. As I have no wish to prejudice the trial there will not be further comments apart from giving dates of the trial

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    2. If you don't want to prejudice his trial with others shouldnt the whole Finbow blog now be removed until after their trial Jim?! Doesn't seem fair to me that it stays! I'm sure it won't be deleted though will it Jim?

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    3. Anon thanks for this. It all depends upon whether there are any reporting restrictions. There weren't any during the trial, so I posted what was said in open court.

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    4. However, given that all jury members are supposedly restricted from reading 3rd party media information we all know they still do - so surely this will not be a fair trial for Billy!

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    5. Anon. My understanding is that jury members are warned about researching the case in which they are involved. They have to base their judgment on the evidence that is presented in court. I'm impressed that you are certain that all juries ignore this restriction.

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  6. I understand that Billy Davies was at a hearing yesterday, Do you have information?

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    1. I understand that he is now on bail pending trial.

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    2. Do you know what time Daniel Snelling and co will be sentenced today?

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    3. 2pm. William Alan Davies and Kelly Humphreys are also due in court this afternoon. Court 3.

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    4. Have you any information on this afternoons proceedings?

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  7. Billy Davies is due to appear in court on the 2nd of June 2014 at Southwark crown court

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  8. does anyone know who happened to the trial of Billy Davies, has it been cancelled or moved to another date ?

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  9. Not heard anything. Will try to check.

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