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Cases and Press

Chris Saltrese Solicitors offer a personalised client service that meets the individual needs of each case. Careful preparation, attention to detail and a comprehensive understanding of he parameters of each case provide the baseline for meeting the standard of representation clients have a right to expect.

Early and continuous consultation with counsel ensures client confidence at every step of the way to trial.

As a measure of our success, many cases result in pre-trial acquittals precluding the stress and risk of undergoing trial.

In other cases we have first represented on appeal. We also prepare applications to the Criminal Cases Review Commission who have the power to refer cases, where warranted, back to the Court of Appeal.

Here is a sample of cases – to preserve the anonymity of clients, we have initialised cases that are not otherwise in the public domain.

Leading cases where Chris Saltrese Solicitors have represented clients include:

R v F Court of Appeal (2017) - Conviction quashed
R v M Crown Court (2017) - Acquittal by jury
R v T Crown Court (2017) - Judge entered 'Not Guilty' verdict
R v B Crown Court (2017) – Acquittal by jury
R v K Crown Court (2016) – Acquittal by jury
R v T Crown Court (2016) – Acquittal by jury
R v H Crown Court (2016) – Acquittal by jury
R v G Crown Court (2016) – Acquittal by jury
R v H Crown Court (2016) – Acquittal by jury
R v J&J Crown Court (2016) – Acquittal by jury
R v S Crown Court (2016) – Acquittal by jury
R v C Crown Court (2016) – Judge ordered pre-trial acquittal
R v L Crown Court (2016) – Acquittal by jury
R v T Crown Court (2015) – Acquittal by jury
R v P Crown Court (2015) – Judge directed acquittal
R v C Crown Court (2015) – Acquittal by jury
R v G Crown Court (2014) - Judge ordered pre-trial acquittal
R v P Crown Court (2014) - Acquittal by jury
R v A Crown Court (2014) - Pre-trial acquittal
R v W Crown Court (2013) - Acquittal by jury
R v K Crown Court (2012) - Case dismissed pre-trial
R v T Crown Court (2012) - Judge-ordered acquittal
R v W Crown Court (2012) Permanent stay - abuse of process
R v C Crown Court (2012) - Judge-ordered acquittal
R v R Crown Court (2012) - Judge-ordered acquittal
R v S Crown Court (2012) - Full acquittal by jury
R v G Crown Court (2012) - Judge-ordered acquittal
R v G Crown Court (2012) - Judge-ordered acquittal
R v T Crown Court - Judge-ordered acquittal
R v RP Court of Appeal (2011) EWCA 1764 - Conviction quashed
R v W Crown Court (2011) - Judge-ordered acquittal
R v B Crown Court (2011) - Judge-ordered acquittal
R v E (2011) Court of Appeal - conviction quashed
R v A (2010) Court of Appeal - conviction quashed
R v R (2010) Crown Court – Judge directed acquittal and stay
R v G (2010) Crown Court – acquittal
R v A (2010) Crown Court – Judge directed acquittal
R v H (2010) Crown Court – acquittal
R v B (2009) Crown Court – judge directed acquittal
R v CT (2009) Crown Court – judge-directed acquittal
R v A (2010) Crown Court – Judge directed acquittal
R v H (2010) Crown Court – acquittal
R v B (2009) Crown Court – judge directed acquittal
R v CT (2009) Crown Court – judge-directed acquittal
R v A (2010) Crown Court – Judge directed acquittal
R v K (2008) Crown Court – acquittal
R v H (2008) Crown Court – pre-trial acquittal
R v P (2008) Crown Court – pre-trial acquittal
R v T (2007) Crown Court – pre-trial acquittal
R v B (2007) Court of Appeal - Conviction quashed.
R (on application by John Douglas Pinnington) v the Chief Constable of Thames Valley (2008) Queen’s Bench Division (Admin)
R v D (2007) Court of Appeal Criminal Division
R v T (2007) Court of appeal - conviction quashed
R v W (2006) Crown Court – pre-trial acquittal
R v Chapman (2006) EWCA Crim 1656
R v Warren (2005) EWCA Crim
R v Meanwell (2004) Birmingham Crown Court
R v Williams-Rigby (2003) EWCA Crim 693
'Our marriage survived a nightmare ordeal' real life story from Woman and Home
Criminal appeal system
Ganging up on Asians
Child pornography: computer convictions
The ghost in the machine: abuse trials and profile evidence
Under the guise of science
Evidence to the Home Affairs Select Committee
Dangerous Convictions
Response to Home Office Consultation on rape trial proposals
Memory, Make-Believe and the Courts