A specialist criminal defence barrister with 14 years experience in high-value fraud and serious organised crime.
Engaging, accessible and fearless, Daniel is a natural jury advocate. Extremely responsive to those that instruct him and meticulous in his case preparation, he is frequently instructed on behalf of professionals.
In recent years Daniel has developed a nationwide practice, routinely appearing in large multi-handed cases, often for the first defendant. He is known for his incisive cross-examination and engaging speeches, however Daniel has also had notable successes pre-trial as a result of a dogged determination to pursue issues of disclosure and abuse of process, often resulting in cases being dropped. Clients value his ability to think strategically and fight a case on a number of fronts simultaneously.
Daniel values a close working relationship with those who instruct him and a team-based approach to the defence of his clients.
- 2007 - Diplock Scholar, Middle Temple
- 2004 - World finalist, Jessup International Moot Court Competition
- Criminal Bar Association
- Middle Temple