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.
The course, which runs from 27-29 June 2017 includes training on preparing a vulnerable witness's testimony; protective measures for vulnerable witnesses; examination and cross-examination of vulnerable witnesses; proofing a vulnerable witness; rights of participants in the reparation stage; possible types of reparation; procedure in the reparation stage; relevant case law in the reparation matters; the rights of the defence in the adversarial system and achieving best evidence and practice.
My professional experience, approachability and considerable expertise means that you will be in a very safe pair of hands when it comes to your fraud defence, and my track record is second to none. I consistently obtain favourable results for clients accused of a variety of fraud offences, and so I am well placed to support, advise and represent you in respect of your case.
Serving Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, London, Bristol and the rest of the UK. If you wish to discuss a fraud or other related matters, please do not hesitate to get in touch with me directly on 020 8108 7186 or fill out a contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
"A good, analytical lawyer. He worked incredibly hard and devised legal submissions which won the case."
Chambers & Partners 2017 - Rated as Band 2
21 March 2019
Case of YZ (and A.N.other) 2019 EWCA CRIM 466 judgment handed down on 19 March 2019. Our client sentenced to a term of imprisonment of 6 years after entering guilty pleas for sexual assault of a child and the making and distribution of indecent image.