Chevonne Reid

Caseworker

Chevonne is an established Criminal Defence Specialist Caseworker having practiced solely in criminal law over a 16 year period and having worked in some of the most highly regarded practices in London. She is well known within the criminal court circuits and has a robust and diligent attitude in her preparation of the cases she is instructed in.

With a wealth of experience in all aspects of Criminal Defence representing clients in a wide spectrum of offences including Homicide Offences, Drug Offences, Rape, GBH, Fraud ,Robbery.

R V W
Chevonne Reid instructing Jack Jennett of Farringdon Chambers successfully opposed the cash detention seized following a fully contested hearing. The case arose out of a police search following arrest for firearms offences which were subsequently NFA'd

R V C (Central Criminal Court)

Chevonne instructed leading Counsel Mr Ian Henderson QC, together with Claire Davies representing defendant charged with Murder, Attempted Murder and Possession of a Firearm with Intent to Endanger Life. National Press Coverage whereby the press have described gangland murder as being reminiscent of a Hollywood film.

R V Youth Defendant (Central Criminal Court)

Chevonne instructed leading Counsel Mr Michael Borrelli QC, together with Carol Hawley representing defendant charged with Murder, Possession of Knife and Robbery X2. Complex case preparation which included the instruction of Intermediary, Psychologist, Psychiatrist and Neurologist professionals.

R V D (Croydon Crown Court)

Chevonne instructed Carol Hawley of Garden Court Chambers to represent defendant charged with Possession of a Firearm, Supplying large amounts of Class A Drugs and Money Laundering Offences as part of a surveillance operation.

Career History

Joined Joseph Hill & Co as a Paralegal in 2001. Since then, Chevonne has built up a wealth of knowledge and experience working for a number of London legal firms including Evans Bissett Solicitors for five years as a Criminal Caseworker. She joined Faradays' Criminal Department in 2013.