Fiona Robertson

Fiona Robertson

"She is exceptionally articulate in front of both clients and the court."

Chambers UK 2024
Year of call: 2008
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Public Prosecution

Fiona is currently a Treasury Counsel Monitoree. In this role she regularly appears in the Court of Appeal on behalf of HM Attorney General in references under s.36 Criminal Justice Act 1988 (the unduly lenient sentence scheme) in addition to advising on and prosecuting offences of homicide.

Fiona is a Grade 4 prosecutor and is on the RASSO panel.

Fiona is on the SFO’s B Panel.

Notable cases:

R v M and M (2023)

Fiona, led by Brian O’Neill K.C., prosecuted 2 defendants accused of being part of a group who stabbed a gang rival to death following a chance encounter before fleeing to Kenya. The first defendant subsequently released drill songs mocking the victim and rival gang. The defendants were both unanimously convicted of murder.

R v N, B and B (2023)

Fiona prosecuted 3 family members accused of ‘butchering’ the victim following a chance road rage encounter late at night on the streets of Ilford. The victim suffered 34 areas of sharp force injury after being repeatedly stabbed by 2 defendants while the third blocked his vehicle into a cul de sac to prevent his escape. Following a 4 week trial 2 defendants were convicted of murder and 1 was convicted of manslaughter.

R v O, B and R (2023)

Fiona, led by Sarah Przybylska, prosecuted 3 defendants accused of conspiring to supply commercial quantities of cocaine and cannabis. The conspiracy was revealed following after police infiltrated the ‘Encrochat’ communication network which revealed the open discussion of kilo quantities of cocaine and cannabis being supplied around the coutry. The defendants were convicted on all counts.

R v G and G (2022)

Fiona prosecuted a husband and wife team for offences of human trafficking and controlling prostitution for gain. The pair had recruited girls from Romania to travel to the UK and work as prostitutes in brothels they ran. While working in the brothels the girls were made to split their earnings with the defendants. The first defendant was additionally charged with raping one of the complainants. Following a 6 week trial involving calling multiple complainants by video link from Romania the defendants were convicted on all counts.

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