Gregory Fishwick is a specialist Criminal defence barrister specialising in cases of Homicide, Serious Fraud and Organised Crime.
Called in 1996 and has, since that time, almost exclusively defended in criminal cases and represents those eligible for public funding and on a private basis. He has regularly been instructed to deal with CCRC work and refer them to the Court of Appeal whether or not instructed in the lower court. He was very recently referred to by a Judge at the conclusion of a case as "an exemplar of the Bar of England and Wales."
Over the years, homicide cases have included the Damilola Taylor murder trial, gangland killings, joint enterprise murders involving youths and the deaths of infants. His fraud practice has encompassed the full gamut of financial offending including MTIC, boiler rooms, revenue frauds, mortgage frauds and charity frauds. Gregory is frequently instructed in cases involving organised criminal offending, cases of this type have included the £53m Securitas heist and numerous cases involving the importation of drugs, cases of kidnap and conspiracies to commit armed robberies.
Gregory has a wealth of experience in the defence of those charged with sexual offending, including recent and historic allegations and cases involving abduction and slavery.