Gordon is a specialist and successful trial advocate. He has extensive experience in large scale drug conspiracies and has frequently acted as leading junior.
Gordon accepts instructions on behalf of the defence and the Crown with a particular emphasis on offences of serious violence, firearms, fraud and cases that require forensic analysis of large amounts of data, such as financial or telephone data. Gordon also has experience in dealing with cases that are of a sensitive nature and has recently prosecuted an acting chief inspector of the BTP.
Gordon acts for private individuals and companies and is able to accept instructions direct from the public in appropriate cases. For further information, please contact our clerks.
R -v- MA  EWCA Crim 1382 - Breach; Sentence length; Sexual offences prevention orders
R v AM  EWCA Crim 850 - Disparity of sentence; Guilty pleas; Joint enterprise; Offending on bail; Robbery; Separate trials; Totality of sentence; Serious offences
R -v- AH  EWCA Crim 2227 - Burglary; Custodial sentences; Disqualification from driving; Disqualification periods; Proportionality; Rehabilitation - Interpretation and construction of s.147 of the Powers of Criminal Courts (Sentencing) Act 2000.
R -v- C; R -v- T  EWCA Crim 761 - Post-verdict communication from jurors
Gordon Carse represented one of three defendants in a two week cut throat trial. The prosecution arose following an undercover sting operation where meetings and communications arranging the purchase of a glock, MP5 assault rifle, and ammunition were covertly recorded. The defendant was acquitted by the jury. Instructed by Thos Boyd Whyte.
Gordon Carse acted for the defendant who was alleged to be the principle in a group attack in which he chased and threw a young man from the roof of a building causing life-changing injuries. A submission of no case to answer was successfully made and the defendant acquitted following the successful resistance of the prosecution's appeal against the terminatory ruling. Instructed by Imran Khan & Partners.
Gordon Carse defended in this multi-handed conspiracy to commit cash in transit robberies. The defendant and his team were alleged to be responsible for all cash in transit robberies in the South East of England in the first half of 2016. Following halftime submissions verdicts of not guilty were directed by the Learned Judge. Instructed by Goldkorns.
Gordon Carse, instructed for the defence, represented this defendant who had raped a vulnerable male when interviewing him for a job and sexually abused and raped him on further occasions over a four year period. The defendant pleaded guilty on the day of trial and a sentence of 3 1/2 years imprisonment was secured. Instructed by Martyn Hewett Solicitors.
Gordon Carse instructed as prosecution counsel in this multi-handed prosecution founded on a joint investigation between the Hungarian and Metropolitan police into the trafficking of around 200 woman for the purpose of sexual exploitation. The trial is estimated to last several months.