Expert crime and criminal barristers in London WC2
Holborn Chambers
6 Gate Street
Lincoln's Inn Fields
London WC2A 3HP

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Holborn Chambers has an expert set of barristers with a wide breadth of knowledge who can handle all types of criminal case.

Types of criminal case handled by Holborn Chambers barristers

  • Attempted murder
  • Causing death by dangerous driving
  • Violent disorder
  • Racially aggravated offences
  • Conspiracy to commit aggravated burglary
  • Child pornography
  • Child abduction
  • Kidnapping
  • Rapes

Examples of corporate criminal cases handled by Holborn Chambers barristers

  • Breach of trust
  • Copyright offences
  • Major Tax and VAT frauds
  • Banking frauds

Notable criminal cases handled by Holborn Chambers barristers

  • R v Mathayaparan and Others at the Central Criminal Court (2005/2006). This was a gangland double murder involving substantial mobile phone cell site evidence. The defendant was acquitted on both murders on submissions.
  • Re A Solicitor Div Ct QBD January 1982 Law Soc Gazette. Meaning of unbefitting conduct.
  • R v Isleworth Crown Court ex parte Commissioners of Customs & Excise Div Ct QBD 1991 Crim LR 859. Bail subject to Judicial Review.
  • R v Blake and others 1991 CLR 119. Sections 76 and 78 Pace. Hill Samuel Fraud.
  • R v Newington (Ct of App) The Times 27th Feb 90. Meaning of ill-treatment under Mental Health Act.
  • R v Delaney (Ct of App) The Times  30th Aug 88. Breaches of PACE.
  • Day and Another v Grant / R v Manchester Crown Court ex parte William Div Ct 1987 3 All ER . Meaning of ‘Criminal cause or matter’
  • R v Alexander Grant (Ct of App) 82 Crim App Rep 234. Difference between common law and statutory conspiracies.
  • R v Tomsett (Ct of App) 1985 Crim LR 369. Jurisdiction in international conspiracy.
  • R v Harman and others (Ct of App) The Times  21st Feb 84. Documents wrongly admitted in re-examination by prosecution.
  • Dyson Holdings & Fox (Ct of App) 1976 QB 503. Common law wife can inherit statutory tenancy.