Joe has developed a practice in both criminal law and inquisitorial proceedings. Joe combines his depth of experience in each area to provide advice and advocacy of a high quality to regulatory work, appearing in both the criminal and coronial courts in such matters.
Joe is currently instructed to advise on a number of Post Office Horizon Appeal cases, and has a strong understanding of appeal procedures and costs implications for lay and professional clients alike.
Joe has delivered training to a diverse range of HSE scientists at the Science and Research centre in Buxton, as well as travelling nationally, and internationally to Copenhagen to deliver training to construction companies on the regulatory and criminal implications of failing to adhere to health and safety procedures.
Joe is a member of the ‘junior junior’ panel for Government Legal Department barristers. Joe has experience in all matters which touch upon the work of the police, having spent much time on secondment at the Humberside Police and South Yorkshire Police legal departments. Moreover, Joe spent the early years of his practice representing clients at parole board hearings.