He began practicing in criminal law in Sheffield for a well-established and highly respected firm. Having practised in Sheffield for several years he then transferred to Nottingham, again working in a large regional firm. As a result, Phil has an extensive experience of the criminal law, gained through a wide diversity of cases and clients. He frequently brings his forensic analysis of the law to advance the best interests of his clients.
In 2011 Phil cross-qualified as a solicitor and has brought his depth of experience and knowledge to a solicitors firm in Nottingham. His dedicated approach to cases has not diminished over the years.
Phil obtained his Higher Rights Qualification in 2014 and has expanded his practice into the Crown Court.
R v D. Fatality. Prosecution on behalf of the Health and Safety Executive following a death at an oil refinery.
R v A. Murder. The client was charged in connection with the conduct of Nottingham’s first serial killer who was murdering homeless females.
R v S. Importation. The client was charged with being part of an international conspiracy to import millions of counterfeit cigarettes into the United Kingdom.
R v B. Road Traffic Fatality. The client was charged in connection with the death of an off-duty police officer, who had been killed by a driver working over his allotted hours.
R v J. Court of Appeal. The client successfully appealed a 3 years sentence for sexual offences. The reduction of sentence to 12 months permitted his immediate release.
2011 to 2014 R v S. Abuse of Process. The client benefitted from a successful argument rela