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Chambers of Alexander Cameron QC Offices
Three Raymond Buildings
3 RAYMOND BUILDINGS, GRAY'S INN
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Prosecutes and defends fraud and serious crime, and practises across a range of regulatory areas, particularly police misconduct and related proceedings. He frequently appears for the prosecution and defence in trials concerning serious sexual offending. Recent instructions for the prosecution include the historic rape of a widow in her own home by a masked armed man and an Albanian heroin smuggling case, and for the defence murder, armed robbery, fraud and money laundering. In the police field he is currently instructed on behalf of officers from two forces in high profile inquest proceedings. Represents police officers from forces nationwide in performance and misconduct proceedings, criminal trials and inquests, and also represents police forces in relation to inquests. Other specializations include the full range of Licensing work for applicants, appellants, local authorities and police; advising Police forces and regulatory authorities across a range of regulatory and criminal areas; advising in matters arising from the Gambling Act 2005; appearing on behalf of casinos in applications for freezing injunctions in the High Court; appearing in judicial review claims on behalf of claimant, defendant, and interested parties.
Called 2000, Middle Temple.
BA Hons (Oxon) 1st class; Diploma in Law (distinction).
London Bar > Police law (defendant)(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 2
London Bar > Licensing(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 3
London Bar > Crime(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 3
‘An elite set with a second-to-none reputation‘, Three Raymond Buildings handles a number of more specialist criminal matters, including both prosecution and privately funded defence work. In particular, the set, which enjoys a close relationship with the Police Federation and its preferred firms of solicitors, has a strong track record in defending police officers in criminal cases. Richard Horwell QC prosecuted a couple who were convicted of murdering French au pair Sophie Lionnet over a false belief that she was having an affair with one of their ex partners, a former member of boy band Boyzone. Among the juniors, Guy Ladenburg successfully prosecuted the cold case rape of a pensioner in 1986, while Heather Oliver represented a police officer who was convicted of, but given an absolute discharge for, burglary with intent to commit criminal damage by attacking a barber shop with a traffic cone.