Satya has been described by a Crown Court Judge as “a fine advocate and an asset to the bar”.
Satya’s broad criminal practice includes cases of serious violence, sexual offences, armed robbery, burglary, drug offences, dangerous driving, money laundering, fraud and confiscation. He has conducted appeals before the Court of Appeal and High Court.
Satya served in the Officer Training Corps and Air Training Corps. He has a particular interest in military, courts martial and international criminal law cases. Satya has travelled to various military bases throughout the world.
Satya is instructed in a wide variety of criminal cases defending and prosecuting. Satya is a Level 3 CPS panel advocate and also instructed to prosecute on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions. Satya has appeared in trials prosecuted by the Security Industry Authority and the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Criminal Bar Association
Association of Military Court Advocates
International Bar Association
Grade 3 CPS Counsel
Awards, Qualifications & Other
During pupillage Satya was awarded the Leonard Woodley Scholarship by the Inner Temple. Whilst studying he won a national mooting competition set in the Royal Courts of Justice and was invited to Kenya to represent the UK in the Commonwealth mooting competition.
- Bar Vocational Course (Very Competent)
- LL.B. with Honours (2:1)
- Leonard Woodley Scholarship (Inner Temple)