Chris joined Taylor Street in 2003 and qualified as a Police Station Accredited Representative in 2007. He then qualified as a Legal Executive in 2008 and then a Solicitor in 2012.
Chris regularly advises clients at the police station. He has experience representing clients in relation to all types of criminal offence, from petty theft to murder, and has been involved in trial preparation of such cases.
Chris joined the firm part-time in 1998 and then full time in 2001. He qualified as a solicitor in 2004.
Chris is now a Duty Solicitor and represents clients in both in the Magistrates' Court and at the police station. He specialises in trials at the Magistrates' Court but has defended in the Crown Court as well. He also specialises in military law.
Fabienne joined Taylor Street in 2009 as a trainee solicitor and qualified as a solicitor in 2011. She attended university to obtain a BSc in Business and Psychology and subsequently an LLb Law Degree at Guildford College of Law. Fabienne also has previous experience of working within the Probation Service.
Fabienne is an experienced lawyer and advocate, adept at handling a wide range of criminal case work from the early police station stages right up to the Crown Court.
Fabienne particularly enjoys conducting Trials and has a proven track record of securing acquittals for her clients. Fabienne has gone on to obtain her Higher Rights qualification and is now frequently representing defendants in more serious Crown Court proceedings.
"Fabienne, thank you for attending the police station in support of my son. You provided both him and I with sound advice which we were both most appreciative of. I have since been informed that the police will now take no further action in this matter! It goes without saying that having your counsel during the interview made a substantial difference. If I am ever in the unfortunate circumstance to require a criminal defence solicitor then I will certainly approach you first. I shall also be recommending you to anyone I know who requires counsel! Thank you very much and well done."