After pursuing other interests Paul undertook pupillage with Andrew Mitchell QC, leading to a tenancy in the chambers of Andrew Mitchell QC in London. For some years Paul pursued a varied practice in crime and related areas in London and the Midlands, joining St Philips in 2005. Paul has been instructed in a number of high profile cases, and has been involved in many lengthy serious trials.
R v Quayle – acted a junior in this appeal concerning the therapeutic use of cannabis.
R v Hudson – junior for one of the defendants in 3 month murder trial.
R v Self – defence junior in a murder trial stayed because the police had bugged solicitors.
R v Wilmore – representing one of the Defendants in a large drugs conspiracy stayed because the
Police had bugged solicitors.
R v Noddings – defence junior in a rather salacious murder trial in a sleepy English village.
R v Peckham – representing one of the Defendants in an advanced fee fraud.
R v Gallager (Operation Jetski) (Worcester July September 2011) Acted for one of nine defendants charged with conspiracy to rob. Case involved telecoms evidence and insider on the witness protection scheme.
R v Chrzanowski (Lincoln 2011-12) Attempted murders, allegation of trying to rip the heart out of one of victims with his bare hands.
R v Steadmann (Operation Teaser) (Wolverhampton April-July 2012). Acted for the principal Defendant in an allegation of conspiracy to steal.
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