Tyrone Belger

Tyrone Belger

Year of call: 1984
For enquiries please call: 020 7353 5324 or email vcard cv save

Criminal Defence

Tyrone is currently instructed in a multi-handed conspiracy to supply class A and over 3 tonnes of class B drugs via a Spanish operation where he acts for a businessman whose premises were targeted in a wide-scale lengthy police investigation. Extensive cell-site and surveillance evidence.

Following instruction post-trial, he is advising on appeal in an historic sex abuse case based in a Midlands school dating back to the 1950’s.

Tyrone is currently advising on appeal re “jury nobbling” allegations arising in and then after a three-month trial for four separate drug conspiracies.


R v R

January 2018: in a 4-month trial at Teesside Crown Court acted for the 16 year old son of the principal in a 7 year long conspiracy by a single Slovak family based in the North East to exploit and traffic vulnerable people from Eastern Europe, and then to enslave them in the UK as coerced workers: Modern Slavery Act prosecution.

R v H

May 2018: acted for defendant acquitted at Woolwich Crown Court in a multi-handed large scale conspiracy to supply high grade cocaine, heroin and firearms from France and Belgium into the UK via Dover, allegedly using a corrupt Border Force officer as a contact and courier.

R v M

September 2018: London – Isleworth: acted for young professional footballer accused of a series of serious sexual assaults of complainant first contacted via Tinder.

R v S

September 2018: Kent: acted for former investment banker acquitted of alleged coercive and controlling behaviour (contrary to s.76 Serious Crime Act 2015) against partner across a number of years.

R v C

Bristol Crown Court: Leading defence junior in 3-month long ten-handed trial for first UK conspiracy to manufacture “Crystal Meth” where entrapment issues raised and integrity of probe evidence challenged.

R v K

Acted for Landlord of over 300 residential properties, facing allegations by local council of overcrowding under the HMO provisions of the Housing Act, successfully arguing reasonable excuse before a District Judge.

R v P

Central Criminal Court: Led junior for internationally renowned conductor and musician facing historic sexual abuse claims when a leading London music school Professor.

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