5th Feb 2019
430-436 High Road, N17 9JB
Tel: 020 8808 0774
Rebecca Manning was admitted to the Roll of Solicitors of England & Wales in 2010. Having joined the renowned team of expert criminal defence lawyers at EBR Attridge LLP in 2010, Rebecca defends clients facing any one of a broad spectrum of criminal charges brought before the Courts each year by law enforcement agencies such as the Metropolitan Police, HM Revenue and Customs, National Crime Agency and the Police Central e-Crimes Unit. Additionally, Rebecca specialises in advising EBR Attridge LLP’s clients currently under active criminal investigation or those having been charged with committing an offence(s) relating to Youth offending.
As an accredited Criminal Duty Solicitor, Rebecca Manning is a member of the Criminal Litigation Scheme and therefore able to provide consummate legal advice to individuals who have been arrested for allegedly committing any type of criminal offence. Rebecca provides free legal advice 24 hours a day to clients held for questioning at any police station in and around central London and boroughs within the Greater London area as well as at police stations in Middlesex, Herts and Essex. Being an expert criminal defence lawyer at EBR Attridge LLP also means that Rebecca Manning has experience of providing in-depth specialist legal advice and representation to company directors and owners as well as other corporate bodies who are under investigation or facing prosecution by law enforcement agencies and financial regulatory authorities including the FCA (Financial Conduct Authority), formally known as the FSA (Financial Services Authority) and law enforcement agencies such as the National Health & Safety Executive.
Rebecca Manning has developed a strong and loyal client following. This is due to the high level of commitment and attention to detail demonstrated in every criminal case in which she is instructed upon to prepare an expert criminal defence. Being employed by one of the country’s largest expert criminal defence law firms means that, Rebecca has direct access to the latest legal technology, research tools and professional support services vital to ensuring the best possible outcome to a client’s criminal case. Consequently, Rebecca consistently surpasses expectations at the conclusion of any type of crime-related prosecution faced by her clients.
Rebecca is a highly valued member of the EBR Attridge LLP team which includes many of the country’s leading expert criminal defence solicitors and criminal solicitor advocates.
Rebecca can be contacted on 0208 808 0774 or via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss how she together with her team members at EBR Attridge LLP may be of service
R v M (2016) 19 year old male with Asperger’s charged with actual bodily harm after strangling his grandmother with a telephone wire. Successful in achieving a community based sentence and avoid a prison sentence.
R v V (2016) successful defence of a male charged with grievous bodily harm who was accused of striking another male to the head with a brick
R v S (2016) successful defence of a male charged with a historic assault and possession of a weapon when identified by the complainant as a man known to him and incident covered by CCTV
R v K (2016) defence of a male charged with possession of a knife having been searched by police and a lock knife found. Successful in establishing a good reason namely that he had found it moments before being stopped and no chance to dispose of/hand in to police station.
R v P (2015) defence of a 19 year old man with the learning level of a 5 year old child charged with sexual assault. Case eventually discontinued by the Prosecution following successful representations highlighting that although he was 19 he had the mental age of a 5 year old and a 5 year old would not have the required sexual intent.
F v O (2015) defence of a young male facing 2 offences of robbery. Both offences were group actions captured on CCTV. Successfully argued that he was not party to the group that took part in the two robberies therefore he could not form part of a joint enterprise
R v C (2015) successful defence of a female charged with possession with intent to supply class A drugs and possession of a firearm. Drugs and handgun found at her home address when searched by police
R v GK (2014) defence of a male identified by victim as having hit him over the head with a shovel causing severe injury (grievous bodily harm). Following the successful application made to introduce the bad character of the victim following the eventual disclosure by the Prosecution that the victim had several convictions for serious violence related offences, the Prosecution offered no evidence.
R v K (2014) defence of a woman found to be working in a false passport. It was said that she was one of 13 people involved in a sham marriage conspiracy. After setting out her defence and highlighting the lack of evidence, Prosecution on the first day of trial agree to drop the case and instead replace the charge with one of possession of a false identity document
R v G (2014) following a hung jury at the first trial, second trial led to acquittal of man accused of sexually assaulting a child
R v PG (2013) successfully defended man accused of attempted rape in the Olympic Village during the Olympic games.
R v M (2013) successful defence of vulnerable male accused of sexual assault by penetration
R v DG (2012) successful defence of one of two males charged with false imprisonment of a female at his home address
5th Feb 2019