Amy is a criminal litigator with experience in serious and complex general crime and white collar crime. She has worked on a range of cases prosecuted by the Crown Prosecution Service , SFO, Revenue and Customs, and Trading Standards. She has defended investigations and prosecutions for large scale drug offences, money laundering, sexual offences, serious violence and murder. She is also experienced in confiscation proceedings.
Amy is a solicitor advocate (Higher Courts Criminal) and represents clients at the police station, Magistrates and Crown Court.
Amy graduated with a law degree from the University of Sheffield in 2008, and completed her LPC at the College of Law in London. She joined Byrne and Partners LLP in 2012, having trained at a leading criminal defence firm. Amy is a member of the Young Fraud Lawyers Association.
Pressure continues to mount for serious reconsideration of the "Criminal Court Charges" imposed by the joint coalition but just what are these charges and what are their implications? - 20 November 2015
Failure to prevent facilitation of tax evasion - 16 November 2016