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Blackfriars Chambers offer the following services:

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Crime

Members of Chambers prosecute and defend at all levels. We have experience in case ranging from road traffic to serious violent and sexual offences. We usually have at least one pupil who can accept noting briefs. Areas where members have particular experience include: Prosecuting and defending drink-drive and other motoring offences, especially those where the reliability of equipment or questions of disclosure are at issue. Criminal offences related to immigration, such as document forgery or overstaying. Youth courts, including in-depth knowledge of youth sentencing. ASBOS and Football Banning Orders Please contact our clerks on 020 7353 7400 for more information.
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Crime

Members of Chambers prosecute and defend at all levels. We have experience in case ranging from road traffic to serious violent and sexual offences. We usually have at least one pupil who can accept noting briefs. Areas where members have particular experience include: Prosecuting and defending drink-drive and other motoring offences, especially those where the reliability of equipment or questions of . We have experience in case ranging from road traffic to serious violent and sexual offences. We usually have at least one pupil who can accept noting briefs. Areas where members have particular experience include: Prosecuting and defending drink-drive and other motoring offences, especially those where the reliability of equipment or questions of disclosure are at issue. Criminal offences related to immigration, such as document forgery or overstaying. Youth courts, including in-depth knowledge of youth sentencing. ASBOS and Football Banning Orders Please contact our clerks on 020 7353 7400 for more information.
Notable cases include:
R. v. Stevens [2006] EWCA Crim. 255, Court of Appeal (sentences for breach of an anti-social behaviour orders prohibiting conduct already a criminal offence may exceed the maximum sentence for that offence; of
R. v. Morrison [2005] E. W. C. A. Crim. 2237, disapproved).
Wood and McGillicuddy v. D. P. P. [2005] EWHC 2986 (when time starts to run for service of a defence statement, effect of defective defence statement on prosecution's duty to disclose, disclosure of material relating to type-approved devices, what constitutes a third party for the purposes of prosecution disclosure).
Fearnley v. D. P. P. [2005] All E. R. (D) 80 (Jun.) (admissibility of evidence challenging the reliability of type-approved breath testing devices).
May v. D. P. P. [2005] EWHC 1280 (Admin.), Divisional Court (whether a car park attached to commercial building is a "public place" for the purposes of S. 3 of the Road Traffic Act 1988).
Whitley v. D. P. P. [2004] Crim. L. R. 585, Divisional Court (test to be applied in determining whether defendant was given the opportunity to consult with a solicitor "as soon as reasonably practicable" in drink/drive breath procedure; circumstances in which evidence thereof should be excluded).
R v. Danquah [2004] EWCA Crim. 1248, Court of Appeal (appeal against conviction on a joint enterprise).
R v. Stone (Terence) (2001) (mandatory life sentence for second armed robbery).
R v. Taylor (Paul) [2002] Cr. App. R. 37, Court of Appeal (E. C. H. R. and Rastafarian cannabis use);
R v. Roncoli (1997) Court of Appeal (judge's adverse remarks on character of accused during jury trial, conviction unsafe);
R v. Horne (1994) Crim. L. R. 584 (admissibility of psychiatric reports on a defendant running a duress defence).
Notable cases include:
R. v. Stevens [2006] EWCA Crim. 255, Court of Appeal (sentences for breach of an anti-social behaviour orders prohibiting conduct already a criminal offence may exceed the maximum sentence for that offence; of
R. v. Morrison [2005] E. W. C. A. Crim. 2237, disapproved).
Wood and McGillicuddy v. D. P. P. [2005] EWHC 2986 (when time starts to run for service of a defence statement, effect of defective defence statement on prosecution's duty to disclose, disclosure of material relating to type-approved devices, what constitutes a third party for the purposes of prosecution disclosure).
Fearnley v. D. P. P. [2005] All E. R. (D) 80 (Jun.) (admissibility of evidence challenging the reliability of type-approved breath testing devices).
May v. D. P. P. [2005] EWHC 1280 (Admin.), Divisional Court (whether a car park attached to commercial building is a "public place" for the purposes of S. 3 of the Road Traffic Act 1988).
Whitley v. D. P. P. [2004] Crim. L. R. 585, Divisional Court (test to be applied in determining whether defendant was given the opportunity to consult with a solicitor "as soon as reasonably practicable" in drink/drive breath procedure; circumstances in which evidence thereof should be excluded).
R v. Danquah [2004] EWCA Crim. 1248, Court of Appeal (appeal against conviction on a joint enterprise).
R v. Stone (Terence) (2001) (mandatory life sentence for second armed robbery).
R v. Taylor (Paul) [2002] Cr. App. R. 37, Court of Appeal (E. C. H. R. and Rastafarian cannabis use);
R v. Roncoli (1997) Court of Appeal (judge's adverse remarks on character of accused during jury trial, conviction unsafe);
R v. Horne (1994) Crim. L. R. 584 (admissibility of psychiatric reports on a defendant running a duress defence).

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