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Danny Moore was called to the Bar in 1994 by the Middle Temple. He has an extensive criminal practice with an emphasis on prosecuting and defending multi defendant serious crime. Danny specialises in the prosecution and defence of serious sexual offences. He has experience of multi complainant and defendant cases, and cases involving abuse by professionals, institutional abuse and historic abuse. He has particular experience in cases involving young and vulnerable witnesses. He has also participated in vulnerable witness training and is currently assisting in devising a training programme for advocates at the Bar and HCAs as to how to deal with the issues arising in these types of cases. He also has particular experience in cases involving allegations of fraud, money laundering, large scale drugs conspiracies and serious violence cases. He has been instructed both by the prosecution and defence in cases of murder. He receives instructions from a wide range of defence solicitors, CPS Kent and the Serious Crime Unit in Kent. Danny is a Grade 4 CPS Panel Advocate (London and South East) and CPS Rape Specialist.
Called 1994; Middle Temple. Kent Bar Mess; South Eastern Circuit.
Kent Bar Mess; South Eastern Circuit.
Howard Grammar School; Thames Valley University (LLB Hons Law).
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 3
Six Pump Court is well known for its strength in handling serious prosecution work, notably, cases of sexual offending and homicide. In recent news, Richard Barraclough QC and Danny Moore prosecuted four defendants charged with pre-meditated murder concerning an ongoing conflict over the control of illegal drug supplies in Maidstone; all four were convicted. In another high-profile matter, ‘modern and forward-thinking silk‘ Oliver Saxby QC prosecuted in the “Maids Moreton Murder” trial, where Benjamin Field, a 28-year-old churchwarden, was convicted of the murder of 69-year-old Peter Farquhar.