About Me

Area of expertise

What my clients say

I joined Shepherd Harris on 26th March 2015, I am a Criminal Defence Lawyer and Commissioner for Oaths having been admitted as a Fellow of the Chartered Legal Executive.  I have also been granted Advocacy Rights in criminal proceedings and hold Duty Solicitor status.

Criminal Law

 

I deliver a high standard of service and my clients’ needs are always a priority when dealing with cases.

I deal with cases from the investigation stage which is a fundamental part of a case as the advice given upon the limited information provided by the police is crucial as to the outcome; whether no further action is taken or criminal proceedings are instigated.​

 

I also have Advocacy Rights to represent clients in both the Youth and Magistrates Courts. I have dealt with a range of offences, from petty to major crime, for example, minor thefts and assaults, firearm offences, attempt murder, serious assaults, conspiracy to commit murder/kidnap, rape, drug offences and proceeds of crime act cases. I also undertake Road Traffic Offences

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Criminal Advocate - fcilex

Notable cases

  • Client was found to be in possession of live ammunition at the airside of Luton Airport. There was a question mark as to whether this was a potential Terrorist act. After representations to the police the client received a caution.  

 

  • Client arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to kidnap and murder - no further action was taken by the police.  

  • Client arrested on suspicion of attempted murder - no further action was taken.

 

  • Client arrested on suspicion of Rape – no further action.

 

  • Client charged with possession of 6 Firearms and threatening hospital staff with them - suspended sentence imposed.

  • Client was found to be in possession of a stun gun disguised as a torch - suspended sentence imposed.

 

  • Client was interviewed for dangerous driving. it was noted that a Notice of Intended Prosecution had not been issued within the 14 day time limit of the alleged offence.  After challenging this, a charge could not be brought against the client.

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lynch

criminal advocate - fcilex