Callum Munday represents clients in the Crown Court, magistrates’ courts, and youth courts on a daily basis.
Callum regularly appears in a wide range of criminal proceedings for offences involving serious violence (including domestic violence), firearms and offensive weapons, supplying drugs, robbery, burglary, and other dishonesty offences – as well as motoring offences and offences of a sexual nature.
In addition to his criminal practice, Callum has represented a number of clients in confiscation proceedings brought under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, and accepts instructions in enforcement cases, and other quasi-criminal matters.
Callum also has a growing practice in regulatory law and matters of professional discipline. Additionally, he has represented clients, and accepts instructions in inquest proceedings.
Callum is Public Access qualified and accepts regular instructions directly to represent clients facing all types of criminal proceedings, as well as confiscation matters. He has also represented clients in inquest proceedings on a Public Access basis.
If you would like to instruct Callum on a Public Access basis, please contact the clerks
Callum accepts regular instructions to prosecute on behalf of the Crown Prosecution Service and Probation Service. He conducts all types of hearing in the Crown Court and magistrates’ courts, including trials, sentencing hearings, and preliminary hearings, as well as appeals against conviction and sentence.
Callum also accepts instructions to prosecute in proceedings brought by local and highways authorities.
Callum frequently represents clients in the Crown Court, magistrates’ courts, and youth courts for all types of hearing. He has particular experience in trials and sentencing hearings, as well as bail applications, first appearances, and applications relating to motoring offences such as exceptional hardship and special reasons. Callum also has extensive experience in conducting appeals against conviction and sentence.
Callum defends clients charged with all manner of serious offences, including fraud, robbery, the supply of drugs, weapons offences, serious assaults, dangerous driving, and sexual assault.
Callum regularly accepts instructions to represent clients charged with all motoring offences – from speeding to dangerous driving, as well as driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Callum has particular experience in trials, as well as exceptional hardship and special reasons applications.
Callum has represented a number of clients in confiscation proceedings brought under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, as well as associated proceedings.
Callum accepts instructions to act on behalf of professionals facing disciplinary proceedings brought by their regulatory bodies. Callum also accepts instructions to act on behalf of a number of regulatory bodies themselves.
Callum has been instructed numerous times to ‘case-present’ on behalf of the Nursing and Midwifery Council in serious cases, and has conducted a number of substantive ‘fitness to practice’ hearings. He also frequently acts in interim and substantive order review hearings.
Criminal Bar Association
Young Fraud Lawyers Association
NMC Approved Case Presenter
CPS Grade 1
Bar Professional Training Course