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Vince Reveglia is joint Managing Partner at EBR Attridge LLP, having joined the firm in 1999. With a highly successful career spanning over 28 years, Vince has developed a reputation as a formidable lawyer in all areas of criminal defence, fearlessly striving to protect the rights of his clients. His dedicated approach to defending his clients has resulted in him developing a substantial and loyal client following based on his attention to detail and analytical approach in dealing with difficult cases, whilst maintaining a personal approach in dealing with clients.
Working from the Tottenham offices of EBR Attridge LLP in North London, Vince is an experienced Criminal Duty Solicitor who regularly appears to act for clients at the police station and in the Magistrates, Youth and Crown Courts. Practising exclusively in Criminal Defence Law he has successfully defended a vast array of criminal prosecutions and his caseload has included Terrorism, Murder, Serious Fraud, Drugs importation, Serial Sexual offences and Organised Crime.
Vince Reveglia can be contacted on 0208 808 0774 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss how he together with other team members at EBR Attridge LLP may be of service.
R – v – JJP and others (2016) Mold Crown Court - Conspiracy to Burgle (organised Crime Group)
R v PD and Ors (2016) Mold Crown Court-Successfully represented the defendant who was one of a number of young men arrested following an investigation into Child Exploitation in the North Wales area which allegedly included serious sexual offences committed by a large number of males against females under the age of 16. The offending was said to be organised and the individuals concerned connected.
R v MV (2016) Successfully defended a senior consultant doctor charged with a serious sexual assault against one of his patients. Not guilty verdict found
R – MC (2016) Wood Green Crown Court – Kidnapping
R – v JG & other (2016) Isleworth Crown Court. Client was one of a number of men of an Organised Crime Group involved in a systematic Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery of Palmer & Harvey Delivery lorries
R – v – LQ and anor (2016) Snaresbrook Crown Court – Attempted Murder (Acquitted of attempted murder)
R – V – TB (2016) Harrow Crown Court – Sexual Activity with a child/Sexual Groomin
R – v – MB (2016) Winchester Crown Court (Acquitted)
R – TG (2016) Cambridge Crown Court – GBH and Robbery
R – NM (2016) Winchester Crown Court – large scale conspiracy to supply drugs (organised crime group)
R v IC (2009) The Client was charged with the murder of his brother who was found stabbed to death in an East London flat. Manslaughter verdict found.
R v AK (2009) Represented one of the defendants in the 'Liquid Bomb Plot' terrorism allegations of 2006. This defendant was described by the Trial Judge as the lieutenant of the principal organiser in the UK of the failed 2006 Heathrow airline bomb plot.
R v SD-J (2006) Successfully defended a client charged with serious allegations of conspiracy to import drugs into the UK from Guyana and manufacturing 'crack cocaine' believed to be valued in the region of £300 million. The gang had devised a complex international route by which cocaine paste and liquid would reach Britain via Amsterdam and Paris. The drugs were hidden in specially adapted suitcases, sealed rum bottles and even toothpaste tubes. Dubbed the 'bling bling gang' the prosecution was brought as a result of a joint operation by the UK and French Authorities.
R v LC -R & others (2004) This was one of the largest investigations carried out by the HMC & E into UK based arm of a Columbian Drugs Cartel, D, a Columbian National, faced charges of Money Laundering (over £10 million) the proceeds of the sale of class A drugs. Prosecution evidence included undercover surveillance and static surveillance video evidence running into hundreds of hours spanning a 2 year period.
R v D (2003) Defended the client accused of 'wise guys' style gangland execution in which victim is lured to a 'prepared' basement in a flat in East London and shot. The body was then burned beyond recognition in a car.