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Jenny Wiltshire

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Hickman & Rose

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Partner, Criminal defence/fraud.


Jenny has a wealth of experience in police investigation of major crime and the complex lengthy Crown Court trials to which they lead. Her particular expertise lies in unravelling and dealing with difficult forensic and medical issues. She frequently acts for professionals caught up in the criminal justice system – including doctors, bankers, teachers, lawyers and politicians. Her key work includes "baby shaking cases" where she is one of the country's leading experts and other homicide cases.  enny also specialises in defending those accused of sexual offences, both current and historical. She has recently acted in a series of very high profile sex crime investigations, where her clients have generally retained anonymity.


Jenny qualified as a solicitor in 1997 and joined Hickman and Rose in 2002. She has been a partner since 2004 and is now Head of the General Crime department.


ECBA, LCCSA – former vice president, Women in Criminal Law – founder member.


University of Wales (1994 LLB (Hons) Law and Politics); College of Law, York (1995 LPC).

London: Crime, fraud and licensing

Crime: general

Within: Leading individuals

Jenny Wiltshire - Hickman and Rose

Within: Crime: general

Hickman and Rose advises on various aspects of criminal law such as murder, historic sexual abuse investigations and miscarriages of justice. It represents a range of high-profile private clients including politicians, finance workers, high-net-worth individuals and other professionals. Head of team Jenny Wiltshire has ‘sound tactical awareness and great judgment’. Ross Dixon is ‘a very knowledgeable individual who has a calm and authoritative manner’. Ben Rose acts for ITH Pharma in relation to proceedings brought under the Health and Safety and Medicines Acts. Peter Csemiczky was promoted to partner.

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