Richard Atchley is a criminal and civil law specialist. He is renowned for his work in heavyweight crime, including: murder, rape, drugs offences, armed robbery and fraud.
Complementing this, he specialises in inquests resulting from health and safety breaches, road traffic accidents, deaths in custody and other related matters.
Atchley is a leading presence in disciplinary tribunals and regularly represents police officers in both criminal and misconduct proceedings as well as inquests. He has covered the full spectrum of criminal work at the Bar spanning a career of more than 33 years, which includes a strong practice in licensing matters.
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