Eddison Flint

Call 2015


"Eddison is always thoroughly prepared; he knows his cases inside out. He is not afraid of taking on complex legal arguments. He has a great work ethic and is a dream to work with."

The Legal 500 2024
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Eddison’s regulatory practice is going from strength to strength. In November 2023 Eddison’s client was acquitted in an environmental fraud prosecution concerning landscape altering waste deposits.

The client was a company director whose defence was borne out of a lack of knowledge of company activity.

The acquittal meant that Eddison’s client will now not be subject to a significant order under proceeds of crime.

Eddison also currently acts for a lead defendant is a large-scale RSPCA “puppy farm prosecution” involving the instruction of numerous medical expert witnesses.

As a prosecutor, Eddison acts for the DVSA prosecuting a range of offences from tachograph fraud to falsification of MOTs.

Regulatory Cases

(2023) Environment Agency v TF – Defence – Unanimous acquittal in a large scale waste management fraud.

(2023) RSPCA v BD – Defence – Lead defendant in “puppy Farm” case.

(2022) DVSA v IR – Prosecution – Conviction in false tachograph case.

RSPCA v HC – Defended in an unnecessary suffering case involving expert evidence concerning 7 animals. Eddison successfully appealed the length of the disqualification order in this case.

RSPCA v KR – Unnecessary suffering case. After having made a request under section 6(2) of the Prosecution of Offences Act 1985 for the CPS to take over the prosecution, the proceedings were discontinued upon agreement to an RSPCA caution.

DVSA v CF – Dealt with the sentence of a defendant who fraudulently issued up to 100 MOT certificates in order to satisfy a drug debt.

BIS v POS – Prosecuted a defendant for fraudulently transferring £35,000 worth of assets to his spouse in order to avoid his VAT debts.