261 Lavender Hill, SW11 1JD
Tel: 020 7228 7050
John’s expertise covers a wide range of litigation and regulatory matters in the County Court, High Court and before Governing Bodies. His litigation experience includes numerous cases against the police and HMRC for wrongful arrest and malicious prosecution. He has dealt with several inquests arising from deaths in custody. John has represented clients in regulatory matters before the General Optical Council and General Chiropractic Counsel.
John has considerable experience on a broad range of criminal offences in the Magistrates Court, Crown Court and Court of Appeal. He has advised individuals and companies on prosecutions by various agencies including the police, HMRC, Serious Fraud Office, National Crime Agency and Department of Business, Innovation and Skills. He has dealt with numerous high profile cases including numerous murder, cyber crime, serious assaults, fraud and drugs offences both nationally and internationally.
John is also admitted as a solicitor in the Republic of Ireland and is regularly instructed by solicitors in Ireland.
John Kinlough can be contacted on 020 7228 7050 or via email email@example.com to discuss how he together with other team members at EBR Attridge LLP may be of service
R v A Central Criminal Court: Murder involving gang of drug dealers.
R v S Central Criminal Court: Murder of well known TV executive
R v P Central Criminal Court: Murder of step son of gangland celebrity and author.
R v W Central Criminal Court: Murder after a street fight.
R v A Central criminal Court: Murder and conspiracy to pervert the course of justice involving solicitor.
R v C Kingston Crown Court: Conspiracy to supply class cocaine involving undercover police officers.
R v C Woolwich Crown Court: Conspiracy to supply liquid amphetamine and money laundering.
R v D Croydon Crown Court: Administering a noxious substance with intent, allegation against a well known journalist from a national newspaper.
R v Q Croydon Crown Court: Conspiracy to defraud the Department of Works and Pensions.
R v E-T Inner London Crown Court: Breach on UN Sanctions involving illegal payments to the Iraqi Government of Saddam Hussein.
Rep of Ireland v O’ H Westminster Magistrates Court: Extradition proceedings brought by ROI.