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Barristers we work with;

Alun Jenkins QC - a specialist in fraud and regulatory cases and an outstanding criminal advocate. Alun Jenkins QC and Martin Winter of vhccsolicitor.com have worked together regularly over the last 20 years and are constantly developing new and innovative strategies to provide the very best service to clients. Click here to learn more about the career and previous cases that Alun Jenkins QC has conducted. It is increasingly difficult to get a QC to represent a defendant on legal aid, but we are fortunate to have a special relationship with Alun Jenkins QC that means more clients can benefit from his experience and skill.  

Tooks Court Chambers - the chambers of Michael Mansfield QC and Patrick Roche - we are presently working with Patrick Roche in a large drug supply conspiracy case that is awaiting a hearing before the Court of Appeal.

Carmelite Chambers - We are presently working with Michael Cousens on a complex money laundering case awaiting a hearing before the the Court of Appeal.

Exchange Chambers - the chambers of David Turner QC - our preferred chambers for all matters in the Manchester and Liverpool areas. Simon Birkson of Exchange Chambers recently defended our client in a conspiracy with 25 others to defraud the HM Revenue & Customs.

Queen Square Chambers - constantly instructed by us for matters in the Bristol area and beyond. David Maunder of QSC is presently instructed in the defence of a defendant charged by the OFT in a pyramid fraud valued at £17,000,000. 

Equity Chambers - we are working with the well-respected barrister Balbir Singh in the defence of a US citizen accused of conspiring with Vietnamese nationals to cultivate huge quantities of cannabis. The trial at Birmingham Crown Court will take place later this year (2011). We are delighted to be working with Equity Chambers.

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Information about the VHCC Regulations

http://www.legalservices.gov.uk/docs/criminal_contracting/VHCC_notification_rules_110108.pdf  - VHCC notification regulations from the LSC. Essential reading for firms that believe a case might be subject to VHCC rules

http://www.criminalsolicitor.net/GH_ShowArticle.asp?HID=253  - a criminal law forum for professionals and the general public.