Julian Goode

Call 2006

jgoode@exchangechambers.co.uk

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Criminal

Julian practices extensively in the Crown court, dealing with high level criminal cases.

His practice involves undertaking both prosecution and defence work. He conducts cases on a wide variety of matters including:

  • Fraud
  • Sexual offences
  • Dishonesty
  • Proceeds of Crime
  • Drugs
  • Violence

He also has an extensive knowledge of road traffic matters.

Julian regularly appears for the Department of Work and Pensions, prosecuting Benefit fraud cases, and represents Police officers in Police misconduct matters and representing defendants’ interest in all aspects of prison law including applications for Judicial Review, adjudications and Parole Hearings.

He is fast gaining a reputation for great client care skills and thorough preparation in all matters. He is personable and amiable but can also be very robust in his representations.

In addition to his busy criminal practice, Julian has an expanding personal injury litigation and clinical negligence practice. He drafts advices as well as attending conferences, trials and other court hearings.

Julian has also undertaken the training to accept direct access instructions.

Cases

R v Riaz & Riaz [2017] – two week prosecution modern day slavery trial
at Burnley Crown Court

R v Sean Hayes & others [2017] – successfully defended client after a conspiracy
to rob trial

R v Hussain [2017] – led prosecution junior on a 25 handed Class A drugs conspiracy case

R v Jama [2016] – Represented the defendant in five week terrorist trial at the Old Bailey

R v Vincent Chua [2014] – Represented the defendant at the Magistrates Court

R v Zeb and others [2013] – Defending in a multi-million pound heroin importation case

R v Khan & others [2012] – Grooming of underage girls

R v Mouna [2012] – Defending extensive heroin and cocaine supply operation

R v David Smith [2011] – Sexual abuse of underage girls

R v Wright & Others [2010] – Multi-handed violent disorder

R v Chris Smith [2010] – £350,000 confiscation trial