Eve George (Member of Chambers)
Date of Call: 1997 (Inner Temple)
Qualifications: LLB (Hons)
Areas of Practice:
Eve is experienced in defending all manner of cases. She has a varied practice ranging from theft, actual bodily harm, possession of drugs to more serious matters concerning rape, historic sex abuse, conspiracy to supply large amounts of class A drugs, kidnapping and serious assaults as well as fraud and possession of offensive weapons.
Recent instructions include:
R v Noor & others: six week trial at Maidstone Crown Court concerning conspiracy to supply Class A drugs, kidnapping, false imprisonment and witness intimidation.
R v McKenzie: high level fraud at Inner London Crown Court.
R v Moore: 6 counts of historical sex offences against his step-son.
R v Benckada: grevious bodily harm with intent.
R v Flemming: bank fraud.
R v Uden & another: robbery and possession of offensive weapon
R v Nadolnly: attempting to enter a club armed with 5 offensive weapons.
R v Hooper: conspiracy to burgle.
R v Parker & others: conspiracy to steal cars from the Kent area and set alight after racing them.
Eve has wide-ranging experience in all areas of family law and has represented parents, grandparents and children (through the children's guardian) in both public and private proceedings. She has also represented the Local Authority in care proceedings.
Eve has a particular interest in matters which involve domestic violence and is able to utilise her experience in criminal proceedings when collating evidence, both from the police and other agencies, in order to establish the best results for her client(s). Her experience in cross examination techniques employed in the crown court also sets her in good stead when instructed in contested hearings.
Eve also has experience in ancillary relief and is often instructed in matters involving complex issues relting to business assets and multiple properties both in the UK and abroad.
Other languages spoken:
Greek & French
Criminal Bar Association
Family Law Bar Association
South Eastern Circuit
Kent Bar Mess