"His advocacy is flawless with persuasive mannerisms and he is quick to pick up, expose and utilise the minutae detail to take the case up to meet and exceed the burden of proof time and time again"
Increasingly, serious criminal cases involve evidence derived from or stored on computers, mobile telephones or other complex technological devices. Understanding the use of technology in crime is a vital part of criminal practice.
Chambers’ expertise in this area is unrivalled. Members have regularly lectured at the National Hi Tech Crime Conference, and on courses in this area run by the National Policing Improvement Agency. Members have also prosecuted and defended cases involving difficult technological evidence, relating to offences from software piracy and fraud to child pornography.
This experience makes 5 Paper Buildings a leader in this growing area of work.