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Ian McMeekin

Ian McMeekin

Call 1987

Instructing Ian McMeekin

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Ian McMeekin has a prominent practice based at Lincoln House chambers in Manchester but his work spreads beyond that region.

He has been involved in many significant and high profile cases, especially those concerning issues of disclosure, and was counsel instructed by the National Probation Service to advise on disclosure in cases of sensitivity.

Practice Areas

Crime

Notable crime cases


R v Winston Brown

Leading case on disclosure (House of Lords). Pre-CPIA but still cited.


R v Hadley & Others

Appeal of Hadley (as in ‘R v H & C’ leading case on disclosure) in which defendant was acquitted on appeal based on non-disclosure; reported case.


R v Monczakowsk

One of the first DNA cases. Serving police officer accused of assault.


R v Lockyer & Others (Operation Bullhead)

Lengthy drugs case involving examination of senior police officers on the admissibility of covert recordings.


R v Deaffern

Large scale drugs importation trial involving supergrass.


Fraud

Notable fraud cases


R v McCabe & Others (Operation Decathlon)

Complex mortgage fraud based in North-West of England.


Murder & Manslaughter

Notable murder & manslaughter cases


R v Towey

Manchester murder tried at Central Criminal Court (defendant acquitted).


R v McAteer & Another

Hitman murder tried in Liverpool: one of first cases involving cell-site analysis. Supergrass case (acquitted on submission of no case).


R v Taylor

Prosecution of a man who stabbed a woman to death after she had complained to police, leading to a large-scale police enquiry.


R v Simmonds & Others

Gangland assassination: defendant said to be part of shooting party. Super-grass case. Defendant acquitted.


R v Ruthven & Others

Gangland murder leading to acquittal based on cell-site analysis.


R v Matthews, Morris & Others

Gangland killing. Unique arrangements for trial of defendants running cut-throat defences.


R v Amos & Others (Operation Viola)

One of the largest ever gangland operations (involving series of murders) in North-West aimed at wiping out well-known Manchester gang.


R v Concannon

Reported murder trial and appeal based on joint enterprise and compatibility with Article 6 HRA.


R v Taylor

Reported case on death by dangerous driving.


R v Sharpe

Murder.


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