Caroline has dealt with every type of criminal case, from road traffic to murder, dealing with youths from 10 years old up to a pensioner of 96. Having grown up with family members who suffered from both addiction problems and mental health problems she brings a human and sympathetic side to representation for people with such difficulties.
Caroline is very patient and known for working with vulnerable people, including those with learning difficulties, who may need extra help following the legal process. She is also very experienced in the Youth Court, and well able to cope with anything that gets thrown at her.
She has worked in Cardiff and Southampton (where she was part of the very first cohort of voluntary duty solicitors, before this was a compulsory aspect of criminal law work), as well as all over South Wales, Gosport, Fareham and Portsmouth.
Caroline does Crown Court casework on top of her day-to-day representation of clients in the police station and Magistrates’ Court. She enjoys the variety of conducting criminal defence work.
Career & qualifications
- 1983 Qualified as a solicitor
- 1985 Qualified as a duty solicitor
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