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Each evening between 1830 and 2030, I will offer free consultations in criminal matters by Skype or telephone for those who contact me through my website.

For all other enquiries I am still available to discuss your case. Get in touch, I am here and ready to assist you.

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Making it Fair: Report on Disclosure and Evaluation of Unused Material in Court Cases

June 2017 saw the publication of a joint report by the Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate (HMCPSI) and Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) following an inspection into the disclosure to the defence of unused material in volume Court cases. Its’ title ‘Making it Fair’ speaks volumes and sets the tone for the report which highlights fundamental flaws in the system which I, as a proactive defence barrister of 30 years standing, along with those who instruct me, have known for many years. 

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Specialist Counsel Training for the International Criminal Court in The Hague

I am delighted to have been accepted as an invitee on the 'training for counsel’ course for enlisted counsel who may be instructed to appear before the International Criminal Court in The Hague.

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Admission to the International Criminal Court List of Counsel

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I am extremely honoured to have the opportunity to be admitted onto the International Criminal Court List of Counsel. Those entitled to legal assistance can choose counsel from this List, or another counsel who meets the criteria and is willing to be included in the List. The Counsel members can be called upon at any time to provide legal assistance in relation to proceedings before the Court to the persons concerned, whether as duty counsel, ad hoc counsel, defence counsel or as defendant’s legal representatives.

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Inns of Court Advocate's Gateway Conference: Access to Justice for Vulnerable People

I have just spent two days at the Inns of Court Advocate's Gateway Conference on Access to Justice for Vulnerable People, held at the Law Society headquarters in Chancery Lane, London.  The aims and objectives of the conference was to encourage development of a more profound understanding of national and international innovations in the area and to share and combine ideas with practitioners, intermediaries, researchers, academics; and judges from the UK and abroad.

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Section 28 Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999 - a positive step?

The Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999 contains special measures designed to allow witnesses to provide pre-recorded evidence in chief (for more detail, please see, Section 28, which is not yet in force, allows for cross and re-examination to also be pre-recorded.

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02 April 2020

Each evening between 1830 and 2030, I will offer free consultations in criminal matters by Skype or telephone for those who contact me through my website.For all other enquiries I am still available to discuss your case. Get in touch, I am here and r.

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