Marcus Harry

Call - 2008
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Regulatory

Marcus has a wide ranging regulatory practice appearing in the Crown and Magistrates’ Court where he both prosecutes and defends.

He has developed a strong practice dealing with trading standards, food hygiene, animal welfare, and taxi licensing prosecutions. He is instructed by HM Revenue and Customs, The Department for Work and Pensions and local authorities alongside regular instructions to defend.

He has a particular interest in fraud cases encompassing consumer protection regulation. He recently defended a builder charged with over 20 offences involving violence used towards elderly complainants. His strong criminal practice enables him to quickly grasp the issues in such cases in order to provide written advice or in readiness for trial.

Notable Cases

Instructed by HMRC to undertake an extensive disclosure exercise in a £10 million fraud.

Prosecution of two defendants in a large scale fraud involving car ‘clocking’ and multiple victims.

Defence of business owner charged with multiple food hygiene offences.

Prosecution of ‘rogue trader’ who took deposits for work but failed to deliver.

To find out more, email civilclerks@stiveschambers.co.uk.

Qualifications

Bar Vocational Course – Nottingham Law School – ”Very Competent”

CPS Graded – Level 2

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