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Quiana brings a natural enthusiasm and capacity for hard work to her advocacy which allows her to furiously pursue her cases.

Level 2 CPS Panel Advocate

Member and double scholar of The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn

Member of the Criminal Bar Association


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Miss Fitzpatrick was a Crown Advocate with the CPS having completed her pupillage at the CPS between 2018-2019.

After qualification Quiana quickly distinguished herself from others of her cohort and was a domestic abuse specialist at the CPS.

She spent a significant period of time prosecuting domestic abuse cases, with a particular interest in evidence led prosecutions.

She has prosecuted sexual and violent offences in the Youth Court and has the ability to act with care when handling vulnerable witnesses and defendants.

Whilst she accepts instructions on a range of matters, her current legal interests include drug cases and robberies.

She was awarded both Lord Denning and Hardwick scholarships at Lincoln’s Inn, before joining the CPS.

Quiana has been praised by the Judiciary for her ability to create outstanding, targeted and concise sentencing notes and her ability to open and prosecute cases with great expertise.


Quiana read Law at The University of the West of England, Bristol, graduating with a First Class Honours Degree.

She continued her studies at UWE and achieved an Outstanding on the Bar Professional Training Course.

During her time at University, she was a member of the Anti-Death Penalty Society and a mooting judge for the Mooting Society. Quiana’s success within the Mooting Society allowed her to moot in the Supreme Court in front of Lady Hale.

Notable prosecution cases:

Operation Jawfish [ongoing] – Quiana has been instructed in the multi-handed prosecution of Class A drug dealing and possession of prohibited firearms. The value of the drugs sold is estimated to be £790,470 in value.

R v B and others [2024]- Quiana was instructed in the prosecution of a multi-handed violent disorder taking place in a mental health institution which resulted in a large police attendance and disruption in the facility. Quiana’s ability to prosecute these types of cases with skill and care resulted in the appropriate hospital orders being passed.

R v W (2022) - Quiana was instructed by the CPS to prosecute a defendant who targeted high profile figures, such as High Court Judges, MPs and Chief Constables throughout a campaign of online malicious communications. She was successful in her prosecution and achieved protection for those involved.

Notable defence cases:

R v F-H (2024) – Quiana defended in a multi-handed Class A drug dealing trial where after persuasive submissions on the evidential prospects in the case she convinced the Crown to not proceed against her client for trial, where the other defendant was convicted.

Operation Icicle [ongoing]- Quiana has been instructed to defend in a multi-handed drugs conspiracy running over several months and including a large number of defendants.