31 October 2017 David Durose and Oliver Doherty secure convictions in multi-million pound conspiracy to defraud David Durose and Oliver Doherty prosecuted Operation Rosewood, a complex and intricate multi-million pound conspiracy involving fraudulent applications for mobile phone contracts made using personal details obtained dishonestly from students. SIM cards were exploited for spam text marketing and thousands of Apple iPhones were sold abroad. Six defendants entered guilty pleas and the remaining two […] 19 October 2017 Kieran Galvin successfully defends Paramedic W Kieran Galvin, instructed by Harjinder Saundh of Thompsons (Newcastle), represented paramedic W. He faced 23 charges, the majority alleging sexual misconduct at work. Following submissions on the admissibility of hearsay evidence a number of allegations were dismissed at half time. All allegations of sexual misconduct were found not proven and W’s fitness to practice was […] 11 October 2017 Furnival Chambers provides “an elite level of representation” and houses “top-quality” advocates (Legal 500, 2017) Furnival Chambers has again been recognised as a ‘Leading Set’ in the latest edition of the Legal 500, with our barristers ranked across General Crime, Fraud, International Crime and Extradition, POCA and Assest Forfeiture, Professional Discipline and Regulatory Law and Sport. According to the directory, “Furnival Chambers houses ‘top-quality’ and ‘effective’ advocates across the spectrum […] 5 October 2017 Oliver Blunt QC recommended by Leaders in Law Oliver Blunt QC has been recommended for his expertise in criminal law by Leaders in Law. Click here to view. 2 October 2017 Andrew Bousfield joins Chambers We are delighted to announce that Andrew Bousfield, formerly of 3 Paper Buildings, has joined Furnival Chambers. 12 September 2017 Craig Harris represents Sheffield Wednesday FC manager before the FA Craig Harris acted for Carlos Carvalhal at his disciplinary hearing before the Football Association, following the Sheffield Wednesday manager’s sending off against Bolton Wanderers at the Macron Stadium in this seasons Carbao Cup.  He was instructed by the League Managers Association. Craig has also recently been appointed to the Sport Resolutions panel of counsel.  He is now […] 27 June 2017 Stephen Moses QC secures dramatic acquittal in a three-handed, joint enterprise, cut-throat murder at the Old Bailey He represented the First Defendant who was charged with Murder, GBH and Attempted GBH on 3 separate victims. The Crown alleged that 4 youths, 1 of whom has since fled the country, drove to South Harrow in a taxi, to exact a bloody revenge upon a rival gang. After a 4 week trial Mr Moses’ […] 1 June 2017 Success for Furnival Chambers in Corporate INTL Global Awards Chambers has received two Editors’ Choice Awards in the most recent INTL Global Awards: Criminal Law Chambers of the Year in England, and Serious Crime Barrister of the Year in England for Oliver Blunt QC. Click below for further details: Oliver Blunt QC, Serious Crime Barrister of the Year, England Furnival Chambers, Criminal Law Chambers […] 23 May 2017 David Durose & Matthew Chidley secure convictions in multi-million pound boiler room fraud After a trial lasting over four months, David Durose and Matthew Chidley secured convictions against all four defendants in the case of R v Sabin and others. The Defendants were involved in a boiler room fraud relating to the sale of rare earth metals, and had taken almost £8 million from their victims in less […] 22 May 2017 Darryl Cherrett joins Chambers We are delighted to announce that Darryl Cherrett, formerly of Carmelite Chambers, has joined Furnival. « First ‹ Previous 1 8 9 10 11 12 18 Next › Last »