Jeremy Wright MP - Crime
Jeremy represents both prosecution and defence on a wide variety of criminal cases, particularly offences of violence, drugs offences and offences of dishonesty.
Jeremy's experience includes high-value frauds and cases involving a video link.
He is a member of the Criminal Bar Association.
R v Albert Marfe (£38million VAT fraud, led by Nicholas Browne QC. The case was the first in Birmingham to involve the
computerised presentation of evidence and also made use of
R v Paul Salters and Others (Substantial football violence caseinvolving fans of Aston Villa and Birmingham City)