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Applicant Solicitors Regulation Authority Ltd
Respondent Paulina Marianna Jastrzebska

Case details

Allegation Breaches, Criminal Convictions, SRA Principles 2019
Outcome Strike off
Executive summary

1. The allegations against Ms Paulina Jastrzebska, the Respondent, made by the SRA within its Rule 12 Statement dated 19 January 2024, were that:
Between 27 May 2016 and 9 January 2019, she possessed criminal property, namely credits totalling £63,770 and EUR 21,955, knowing or suspecting it to represent, in whole or part and whether directly or indirectly, the proceeds of criminal conduct. In doing so, her conduct breached any or all of Principles 1, 2 and 5 of the SRA Principles 2019 (“the Principles”).

The SRA relied upon the Respondent’s conviction on 8 November 2021 for possessing criminal property contrary to section 329(1) of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 as evidence that the Respondent was guilty of that offence and the findings of fact upon which that conviction was based as proof of the underlying facts.

The Respondent admitted the allegations set out above and the case was dealt with by Agreed Outcome.

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