‘There are some human rights so deep we can’t negotiate them away’ Angel on Death Row, Sister Helen Prejean
Those rights come to the fore in the criminal justice system; whatever the charge, a criminal trial can have life-changing results for all involved.
For many, a criminal trial, either as a witness or a defendant, is so alien it requires someone to act as their guide – to see them through it in a calm way that makes it manageable and understandable.
Ensuring that cases are tried fairly means skilled professionals prosecuting and defending.
It involves professionalism, skill, care and the most careful preparation.
As a chambers who both prosecute and defence the full spectrum of criminal cases, we pool our collective skills while having individual strengths in different areas.