The breadth of her experience has brought instructions in complex fraud, homicide, corruption as well as cases with data-heavy evidence or vulnerable witnesses. She continues to undertake publicly funded work despite high demand from private clients.
Ryan is developing a broad criminal practice, prosecuting and defending in the Magistrates’ Court, Youth Court, and the Crown Court. He has been instructed in cases involving the possession of weapons, domestic violence, public order offences, and a range of road traffic offences. Ryan is a member of the CPS General Crime Panel at level 1.
David Durose K.C. has a criminal practice which focuses on prosecuting cases of complex fact and law, particularly fraud, corruption and money laundering. He took silk in 2019. In his last year as a junior David was nominated for Crime Junior of the Year by the Legal 500.
He is developing a mixed practice in the Magistrates’, Crown and Youth Courts and is often instructed in cases involving violence, drugs and weapons as well as sexual and dishonesty offences.
Oliver is a member of the CPS General Crime panel at Grade 1 and regularly prosecutes in the Magistrates’ Court and is instructed in appeals to the Crown Court.
He has acted in cases of serious violence, fraud by abuse of position, drug trafficking (including modern slavery), robbery and sexual assault in the Crown Court and the Court Martial. His background and experience mean that he is well placed to handle complex and sensitive document-heavy matters at short notice.
Chloe has developed a broad criminal practice and is instructed to prosecute and defend in the Magistrates’ Court, Youth Court and the Crown Court. She has defended clients facing a range of criminal offences, including public order offences, cases of domestic violence, possession of weapons and dishonesty offences. Chloe is also a member of the CPS Advocates’ Panel at Grade 2 and prosecutes trials in the Magistrates’ Court and appeals in the Crown Court.
Since taking silk he has been involved in numerous high profile cases both at first instance and on appeal.
Kate is recently returned from the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions in the Cayman Islands.
Natalya is developing a broad criminal practice, and is instructed to prosecute and defend in a range of matters before the Magistrates’ Court, the Youth Court and the Crown Court. She has gained experience of a wide variety of criminal cases, including serious and domestic violence, theft, fraud, public order, offensive weapons, drugs, and driving offences.
He appears regularly in high profile, sensitive and complex criminal cases nationwide.