Jeremy Janes

Year of Call 1992

Jeremy was called to the Bar in 1992, after qualifying with a Law Diploma from City University from 1990 to 1991. He’s been involved in prosecuting a number of multi-handed cases involving serious violence and public order offences.

 

Summary

Jeremy acts as an occasional Lincolns Inn Moot Judge (BVC students – Nottingham) and assists with NCA training at Eversheds. With a reputation for interacting easily with the Police and witnesses, Jeremy prides himself on being approachable.

Jeremy practices as a Criminal and Public Access barrister.

 

Additional information

Jeremy also has a BA in History from Bristol University and is a member of the board of Directors at KCH Garden Square. Some of his other cases include sexual offences, drug offences and death by dangerous driving.

 

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Recent cases
R v J
Successful defence of an Ex-Detective Constable, accused of raping a 14 year-old 36 years ago.
R v Y and S
An allegation of murder by arson.
R v K
Murder involving issues of diminished responsibility.
R v H and Others
A ten-handed public order incident.