Jeremy Hill-Baker specialises exclusively in crime. He has considerable experience in complex and serious heavyweight cases, and will act for the prosecution or the defence. He is a Grade-4 and specialist rape prosecutor, adept at dealing with young and vulnerable witnesses.
Jeremy’s practice also encompasses fraud, robbery, serious violence, drugs and people trafficking. He is skilled at presenting cases in a jury-friendly manner.
Notable & reported cases
R v Martindale (1986) 4 Cr App R 31 – Meaning of knowledge when in possession of controlled drugs.
David Moor, Newcastle Crown Court (1999) – Junior for the prosecution in the trial of Dr David Moor, charged with murdering a patient (having admitted in an interview to the press that he had helped up to 300 patients to die).
William Finnegan, Bradford Crown Court (2013 ) – Defended a Catholic priest on charges of sexually assaulting an altar-girl. He had been secretly married for over 10 years and his wife gave evidence for the defence.