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13 July

Brexit Briefing No. 2

In the second of our Brexit Briefings, we consider the implications for extradition: the impact of the withdrawal process and the options for post-EU extradition arrangements.

4 July

Chambers publishes Brexit Briefing No. 1

In our 6KBW Brexit Briefing No. 1, the first of a series of papers on the impact of Brexit for the criminal law, we consider the high level implications of the referendum result and the factors which...

Our barristers

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Sarah-Whitehouse@2x

Sarah Whitehouse QC

Sarah was appointed Queen’s Counsel and Senior Treasury Counsel in 2014. In 2011 Sarah was named Chambers and Partners Crime Junior of the Year and in 2013 she was listed in the top 100 barristers...

Dan-Pawson-Pounds@2x

Dan Pawson-Pounds

Following seven years serving in the British Army, Dan has developed a comprehensive and busy practice. He has wide experience in all aspects of criminal law, quasi-criminal regulatory law, corporate...

Brett-Weaver@2x

Brett Weaver

Brett is an experienced advocate who defends and prosecutes in a wide range of cases, primarily at Crown Court level. Brett’s calm and practical manner readily wins the confidence and trust of...

Notable cases

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R v Waya

One of the most significant cases to be heard in the Supreme Court in recent years, concerning the confiscation provisions of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. The case considered the issue of what...

R v Kweku Adoboli

Prosecution of the UBS “Rogue Trader” for a $2.3 billion City fraud.

R v Asil Nadir

A high-profile fraud by the Director of Polly Peck International who stole £146 million from his blue chip company in the late 1980s and fled the jurisdiction in 1993.

R (on the application of Miranda) v SSHD and Commissioner of Police

A judicial review of the decision to stop the husband of Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald under Schedule 7 to the Terrorism Act 2000.

Vinter and others v United Kingdom (66069/09, 130/10, 3896)

David Perry QC and Louis Mably represented the United Kingdom in the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights concerning the compatibility of the English scheme for sentencing in cases of...

R v Salman Butt and Others

The trial of members of the Pakistan national cricket team for corruption (“match fixing”).

R v Simon Harwood

The trial of the police officer charged with the manslaughter of Ian Tomlinson during the G20 protests.