Andrew Radcliffe KC has extensive experience prosecuting complex cases both in this country and abroad. These include regularly prosecuting serious crime of all types in the Cayman Islands since 2005, many involving gang related offences.
Recent examples, domestically and abroad, include:
R v B and others
Murder and perverting the course of justice arising out of ‘County Lines’ drug dealing.
R v AP and others
Following a terminating ruling in the Crown Court, instructed to advise upon the merits of an appeal and to lead trial counsel in the Court of Appeal.
In the Cayman Islands, examples of trials and their subsequent appeals:
R v A
Murder of a 4 year old child.
R v B and another
Gang related murder of a rival gang member (including responding to an application for permission to appeal made to the Privy Council).
R v J (No.1)
Murder of a youth mistakenly shot during a gang related feud.
R v J (No.2)
Gang related murder of rival gang member.
R v R and others
Responding to conjoined appeals in the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal in relation to minimum terms set for those serving life sentences following the introduction of a Conditional Release Law requiring a period of imprisonment to be specified before eligibility for conditional release on licence arises.