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Chambers of Barry Grennan
Kenworthy's Chambers
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Criminal Law


Chudi Grant is a Barrister at Kenworthy’s Chambers who specialises in

Criminal Law


Year of call: 2002.


“Chudi is able to put clients at ease and works hard to ensure that their case is properly put to the jury.” Legal 500





Chudi Grant is an experienced Lecturer. He provides lectures to universities, Greater Manchester Police and is often approached by Solicitors to give seminars on a wide range of criminal topics.


Criminal Law

Chudi Grant’s specialist area of practice is Criminal Law. He is regularly instructed in the full spectrum of criminal offences in the Crown Court, including homicide, serious violence – including firearms and offensive weapons, drugs and conspiracy, and sexual offences.

Chudi Grant also handles serious crimes of dishonesty including fraud, money laundering and confiscation as well as white collar, business and organised crime. He has appeared as a leading junior and often features in high-profile, complex and multi-handed cases.

Criminal Barrister Chudi Grant has a growing reputation for thorough preparation of his cases and dealing sensitively with clients.

Chudi is a Category 3 Prosecutor for the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) and is also instructed by The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).

If you have a Crime case you need advice or advocacy for, call our Criminal Clerk Paul Mander on 0161 832 4036, email, or fill out our contact form.


Notable Cases

Serious Crime:

  • Danyal Ahmed & Others [2022] – Chudi Grant was Leading Counsel on this possession of a firearm case heard at Manchester Crown Court.
  • Craig Costello [2022] – Conspiracy to supply drugs case heard at Teesside Crown Court.
  • Daniel Greenwood & Others [2022] – Firearm case with Painter and Decorator Daniel Greenwood cleared of gun charges.
  • Trojay Hardial [2021] – Multi-handed killing in Birmingham.
  • Michael Harley & Others [2021] – Large-scale conspiracy to supply drugs case at Manchester Crown Court.
  • Dean Johnson & Others [2019] – Operation Snap, possession of a firearm case at Nottingham Crown Court.
  • Laif Morgan [2018] – Murder case at Manchester Crown Court.
  • Passenger opens fire from the window of a BMW 4×4.
  • R v Brooks (2016) – teenage client involved in affray receives suspended sentence.
  • R v T & Others [2012] – Leading Junior, multi-handed, multi-million-pound drugs conspiracy.
  • R v Azad & Others [2011] – the so-called ‘Harry Potter’ case (honour crime).
  • R v Moulton & Others [2011] – Junior to Leading Counsel on multi-handed attempted murder.
  • R v Crump [2011] – Substantial drugs hoard.
  • R v Joyce & Others [2010] – Reported Court of Appeal case on extended sentences.
  • R v S [2010] – Attempted Murder (Kendal’s store stabbing).
  • R v Lynch & Others [2010] – Multi-handed street violence.
  • R v Scott [2010] – Wounding with Intent, knife attack.
  • R v Snabities [2010] – Prolific burglary.
  • R v Ablett [2009] – Junior to Leading Counsel on five-handed murder.


  • Amy Ho & Others [2018] – Operation Candara. Conspiracy to defraud case held at Derby Crown Court.
  • R v Grewal & Others [2011] – Multi-million pound money laundering and drugs.

Sex Offences:

  • R v Martin & Others [2011] – Successful defence in multi-handed rape.
  • R v Mohammed & Others [2010] – Successful defence in multi-handed gang violence.
  • R v Tracey & Others [2010] – Successful defence in multi-handed rape.
  • R v Parkin [2010] – Succesful defence of registered childminder.
  • R v Jones [2007] – False allegation of rape (so-called lovesick lesbian case).


To check the availability of Criminal Barrister Chudi Grant for your Crime case call our Criminal Clerk Paul Mander on 0161 832 4036, email, or fill out our contact form.


Lawyer Rankings

Regional Bar > Northern Circuit > Crime (general and fraud)

(Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 3

Chudi Grant – Kenworthy’s ChambersChudi is able to easily connect with clients and establish an effective relationship with them. He prepares cases to the highest standard and ensures nothing is left to the last minute. He is a very organised and motivated individual and his passion for criminal law really shines through. Chudi is able to easily engage with a variety of different clients covering a whole host of offences. He is always staying in contact with the Solicitors to ensure that all parties are fully aware and involved throughout the process.’