Serious/Complex Crime
Frequently instructed to defend in major, nationally reported criminal trials, Ewing Law is a recognised leader when it comes to serious/complex crime.

With the experience and expertise to deliver in even the most serious, complex and high profile of criminal cases, our practice ranges from murder to large scale drug conspiracies, and from kidnap, blackmail and armed robberies to allegations of a sexual nature. In addition we have a particular and much sought after expertise in the fields of corruption, bribery and money laundering.

With decades of experience to call upon, our team members have been instructed to defend in cases brought by all of the major UK prosecuting bodies, including but not limited to the Crown Prosecution Service, the CPS Special Case Work Unit, The National Crime Agency, the Serious Fraud Office, Her Majesty’s Insolvency Service, the Health and Safety Executive, the Department of Work and Pensions and more. This wealth of experience makes Ewing Law the logical choice for any individual or company subject to investigation by any prosecuting body within the United Kingdom.

We are regularly instructed to defend nationwide, with our reputation in this area of law taking us from London to Newcastle and everywhere in between. In addition, our team members in recent times have worked internationally in states such as Spain, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Portugal and Cyprus

EXAMPLES OF THE CASES IN WHICH MEMBERS OF THE EWING LAW
TEAM HAVE TAKEN A LEAD ROLE INCLUDE

R. v. J.

Acted for a defendant alleged to have been a key part of a conspiracy to gain late-night entry to bank cash machines via the use of explosive gas.

Blackfriars Crown Court

R. v. T.

Acted the first defendant alleged to have led a conspiracy to disguise high-end vehicles stolen from overseas, to allow for their ‘legal’ resale in the UK.

Kingston Crown Court

R. v. M.

Acted alone for one of 16 defendants alleged to have together controlled the two largest brothels in the North of England. These proceedings never made it to trial, following a successful three-week abuse of process argument that resulted in the judge ruling that it would be ‘unfair to try’ the defendants in light of the previous conduct of the police.

Sheffield Crown Court

R. v. C.

Defended in a multi-handed trial alleging a major conspiracy to smuggle both tobacco and alcohol.

Central Criminal Court

R. v. W.

Acted for one defendant in a multi-handed trial arising from an allegation of conspiracy to import in excess of 2 tonnes of cannabis.

Weymouth Crown Court

R. v. N.

Represented one defendant in a multi-handed trial arising from the alleged importation of 5 tonnes of cannabis, complicated by competing prosecuting bodies brought about by a parallel allegation of conspiracy to produce false travel documents (passports).

Southampton Crown Court

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