Called to the Bar in 1978 and appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2003, Graham Trembath is one of the most experienced barristers in practice. He has taken on all of the most complex cases in the criminal law including murder, fraud, money laundering, gang related crime and misconduct in public office.
Graham is hugely popular both within the profession and with clients. With a natural interest in people and their cases he has a rare ability to put clients at their ease in the most demanding cases. He defends exclusively and has built a reputation for skilful cross examination of difficult witnesses and the delivery of beautifully crafted closing speeches.
Chambers and Partners 2015: “He is a fantastic Jury advocate”
Notable cases include:
R v MB: Multi-handed conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office
R v W: A case involving a mother alleged to have murdered her son.
R v BG: Murder and conspiracy to murder arising from Turkish gang warfare.
R v PW&JW: Two company directors facing corporate manslaughter charges.
R v KU: Gang murder.
R v RP: A solicitor facing conspiracy to defraud charges.
“David Osborne and Graham Trembath QC have been superb and provided a clear strategy throughout my long trial. Their availability, excellent client care, proactive approach and meticulous advocacy have been first class. They provide a level headed approach, complete preparation, paired with a smooth but deadly gravitas in the courtroom.You will be in very safe hands with Old bailey Solicitors.”
Client in the Operation Elvedon misconduct in public office trial