After serving a prison sentence for armed robbery, Jason Coghlan founded a law firm in Marbella that offers legal assistance to Brits at the mercy of Spain's justice system.
Jason Coghlan was jailed for armed robbery before finding an even more lucrative pastime: studying law to cater to gangsters in Spain.
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"Some press reports stated that I spent the first few days of after escaping custody hiding out at my friend's strip club, up to my eyes in bums, tits, cocaine, and champagne. Which was abso-fucking-lutely true."