Bob Sastry > Chambers of John Price QC and Cairns Nelson QC > Manchester, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of John Price QC and Cairns Nelson QC
23 Essex Street
CENTURY BUILDINGS, 14 ST MARY'S PARSONAGE
MANCHESTER
M3 2DF
England
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Position

General Crime

Bob Sastry regularly prosecutes and defends in high-level criminal cases. In addition to providing high quality advocacy Bob uses the latest information technology and internet resources in order to assist instructing solicitors to remain as up-to-date as possible and to ease the burden of case progression. Bob is a Grade 3 prosecutor and is on the CPS Rape and Serious Sexual Offences Panel

Bob has considerable experience in a variety of matters including,

  • Offences against the person and associated common law offences (Murder, Manslaughter, Section 18 OAPA 1861 etc,).
  • Cases involving football violence.
  • Serious sexual offences involving child witnesses.
  • Fraud and Theft Act offences at all levels.
  • Road Traffic Act cases.
  • Large scale drugs conspiracies.
  • Sham marriage cases

Regulatory and Disciplinary Proceedings

Bob regularly presents for the General Medical Council and undertakes Fitness to Practise hearings, as well as reviews, investigation committee hearings and other hearings at the Medical Practitioner’s Tribunal Service. Bob has considerable experience of other types of regulatory cases including trading standards cases, environment agency matters, food safety matters and FACT

In addition to his busy criminal practice Bob undertakes prison law cases and also teaches advocacy to students on the Bar Professional Training Course at the Manchester Metropolitan University.

Lawyer Rankings

Regional Bar > Northern Circuit > Crime

Within: Leading Juniors -

Bob Sastry



23 Essex Street



Devastating in cross-examination and commands respect in the court room.

The criminal barristers in 23 Essex Street‘s Manchester office primarily defend, with recent cases including allegations of fraud, serious violence and both recent and historical sexual offences. One particularly notable matter is Bob Sastry‘s defence of an individual said to be the leader of a gang which trafficked women from Romania into Luton, Preston and Manchester for purposes of forced prostitution.