Our Latest News Articles:
- Ian Henderson QC joins Chambers as a door tenant (10/05/2017)
Chambers is delighted to announce that Ian Henderson QC has accepted an invitation to join us as a door tenant.
- Keith Yardy joins Chambers (13/06/2016)
Chambers is delighted to announce that Keith Yardy has accepted an invitation to join Chambers. Keith was called to the Bar in 1988 and joined the CPS in 1990. As a former Senior Crown Prosecutor he brings a wealth of experience to Chambers. To instruct Keith please contact Danielle Dixon.
- Alexia Zimbler instructed in high profile murder (12/04/2016)
Alexia Zimbler instructed in high profile local murder by Derek Hayward & Co. Alexia represents Paul Campbell who is charged with murdering Steve Berry in July 2015.
- Jason Dunn-Shaw joins chambers (30/03/2016)
We are delighted to announce that Mr Jason Dunn-Shaw has kindly accepted an invitation to join Chambers. Jason was called to the Bar in 1992 and has practised as a criminal barrister ever since. He was appointed as a Recorder in 2009 and sits regularly at Maidstone Crown Court.
- Sara Haroon joins chambers (30/03/2016)
We are delighted to announce that Miss Sara Haroon has kindly accepted an invitation to join Chambers. Sara was called to the Bar in 1998 after practising as a solicitor. She was for many years in-house counsel dealing with some of the most serious of criminal offences.
- Acquittal in Hatton Garden jewellery heist (15/01/2016)
Philip Sinclair and Adrian Crossley obtained the only acquittal in the Hatton Garden jewellery heist following a seven week trial. They were instructed by John Luckhurst at Michael Demidecki & Co Solicitors.
- Matthew Bolt joins Chambers (05/10/2015)
The members of Maidstone Chambers are delighted to announce that Matthew Bolt has accepted an invitation to join Chambers.
- Hatton Garden heist (08/06/2015)
Philip Sinclair has been instructed to defend one of the alleged conspirators in the Hatton Garden jewellery heist.
- 22 year old acquitted of historic sex charges (30/03/2015)
After retiring for only one hour, a unanimous jury found Jack Spear (represented by Philip Sinclair) not guilty of six counts of rape and sexual assault, alleged to have occured when he was in his early teens.
- Major 'Sexploitation' case collapses (30/01/2015)
Alexia Zimbler & David Josse QC were successful in having the case against their client, Mr Rene Bandy, in the recent 'Sexploitation' case at Canterbury Crown Court, thrown out for lack of evidence. The trial against the remaining defendants continues.