Harry has a broad-based criminal practice and regularly appears to prosecute and defend in the Magistrates’, Youth and Crown Courts. Harry represents individuals charged with the full spectrum of offences, including violence, dishonesty, public disorder, drugs, animal cruelty and road traffic offences. He also has experience dealing with confiscation proceedings in both the Crown Court and the Magistrates’ Court. Harry is known as a tactically astute advocate who has a keen eye for detail and an ability to make his points succinctly and eloquently.
Harry has a background in fraud and proceeds of crime matters. Prior to joining Chambers he was employed at a City solicitors firm specialising in business crime and civil fraud, and assisted with a number of high-profile cases and complex disclosure reviews. During pupillage Harry also assisted with the preparation of cases before the Tax Tribunal and the High Court in this area.
R v J – Successful submission of no case to answer made on behalf of vulnerable client charged with a violent offence.
R v T – Acquittal following trial of a youth of previous good character charged with assault.
R v R – Successfully argued the exclusion of client’s interview conducted in breach of PACE, and subsequent acquittal in multi-handed public order case.
R v O – Client charged with supply of drugs offences, received a suspended sentence.
R v G – Secured bail at first appearance for client charged with section 18 GBH with intent.
- Queen Mother’s Scholarship (Middle Temple)
- Bar Professional Training Course, City Law School London (Outstanding)
- Graduate Diploma in Law, City Law School London (Commendation)
- BA (Hons) History & Politics, University of Sussex
- Criminal Bar Association
- South Eastern Circuit
- Middle Temple