Ged O"Connor > 23ES > London, England > Lawyer Profile

1 Gray\'s Inn Square


Ged O’Connor’s practice covers all areas of the criminal law, and he regularly appears in all courts up to and including the Court of Criminal Appeal. His Crown Court experience includes murder, manslaughter, multiple rape, kidnap, GBH with intent, armed robbery, threats to kill, indecent assault, child abduction, conspiracy to defraud, money laundering, drugs and arson with intent to endanger life. Ged has been a Leading Junior as well as being led by Queen’s Counsel on some of the most serious cases. As a leading junior, he secured the acquittal of one of the two persons found not guilty in the £53 million securitas robbery trial at the Old Bailey. In addition, he has a particular expertise in civil actions against the police, proceedings under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, together with regulatory and disciplinary work. Ged also has experience representing the families of deceased in Coroners Inquests both with juries and without and in particular has represented such families in Inquests involving questions and issues surrounding the actions of serving police officers.


Called 1993, Lincoln’s Inn.


CBA, South Eastern Circuit.