Greg Stewart appeared on BBC South East Today yesterday evening to comment on the life sentence handed out to Darryl Rowe for deliberately infecting his victims with HIV. To view Greg’s appearance in full please visit the BBC iplayer.
Greg Stewart was a signatory to a letter printed in today’s Times newspaper following the sentencing of a 17-year-old boy to ten years’ imprisonment by video link. VIDEO-LINK JUSTICE Sir, Recently a 17-year-old boy was sentenced to ten years’ imprisonment by video link, without consultation with his youth offending team officer. The boy will have […]
GT Stewart Solicitors have filed a claim for judicial review in the High Court challenging the decision of the Law Society to refuse to allow one of its employees application for reaccreditation on the Mental Health Accreditation Scheme. From August 2014, it has been a requirement of the Legal Aid Agency that all publicly funded […]
GT Stewart Solicitors & Advocates are delighted to announce that we have taken on the fantastic team at FMW Law as part of our continuing expansion.
We are delighted to announce that Jane Pritchard has joined GT Stewart Solicitors & Advocates as a management consultant to assist with compliance, GDPR and our case management. Jane will brings her lengthy experience of legal aid practice as both practitioner and management to the role as well as her unrivalled knowledge of Tikit P4W. […]
Yesterday morning Greg Stewart contributed to a discussion on ‘upskirting’ on the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire show. The discussion focused on campaigners calling for a specific law to criminalise the act. Following his appearance he commented ‘Whilst taking photographs is not generally a criminal offence it is likely to become one if campaigners succeed in tidying up this […]
On Thursday 8 February, Thom Dyke, of 9 Gough Square Chambers successfully represented JO, a GT Stewart client, in an application for an appeal against sentence at the Court of Appeal. JO had pleaded guilty to breach of a ten year old restraining order and was sentenced to 18 months’ imprisonment. JO’s trial solicitors and […]
Last week Greg Stewart took part in a Youth Justice discussion on Unreliable Evidence Radio 4 with Clive Anderson. Greg was asked to contribute to the show as he is the specialist lawyer on youth justice on the Law Society Criminal Law Committee. The programme discussed the developments since the Crime & Disorder Act 1998 […]
On Monday Channel 5 screened the latest episode of the Accused. In 2016 GT Stewart agreed to work with Brinkworth Films to make a series of realistic documentaries of what it is like to face a criminal prosecution from the perspective of the accused. The media reaction to the first two episodes has been very […]
The Past and Present of the London Road Blog has documented the fascinating history of our Croydon office at 158-162 London Road. Discover how the building has changed use over the years from its early life as a school all the way to the present day as the home of GT Stewart in Croydon. Follow […]