Richard Jory QC

Richard Jory QC

Richard Jory QC is a barrister at Foundry Chambers. He prosecutes, defends and advises in cases involving organised and international crime, complex fraud, corruption, murder, and sexual offences.

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Gambling addiction and its connection to serious offending

A murder in north London, a VAT fraud in the Midlands and the importation of firearms and class A drugs. Richard Jory QC examines three seemingly unrelated cases, all connected by one underlying feature: an uncontrolled addiction to gambling

13 December 2018

The aged accused

Is it ever too late to prosecute historic allegations? Richard Jory QC and Sam Jones consider whether it’s time for a rethink

On 14 June 2016, the resident judge at Exeter Crown Court stayed all further proceedings against M, at 97 years old the oldest defendant so far to have stood trial in a Crown Court in England and Wales. 

24 October 2016
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