Cameron Snodgrass

Partner

Cameron Snodgrass – Partner at Murrays Partnership Solicitors

Cameron is an experienced lawyer working solely in criminal defence. He has many years of defending clients charged with, or investigated for, the most serious offences.

Cameron qualified in 2002 whilst working for one of the largest criminal defence firms in London. He was based in South London Office where he was appointed as head of crime, running a team of experienced criminal lawyers. In 2013 he joined Murrays Partnership becoming a partner in 2016.

Cameron specialises in serious crime including murder, serious fraud and money laundering, large scale drugs cases and serious sexual offences, as well as general crime. He is instructed on a private basis as well as representing clients under the Legal Aid Scheme.

Cameron has a strong ability to connect with his clients in a way that makes them feel at ease. He takes time to ensure that each client understands how the law and the criminal justice system applies to their case. Due to his extensive experience, he is able to deal with complex legal issues and explain them to clients in terms that they can understand.

Cameron’s ability to identify the important issues at any early stage, ensures that each and every client has their case presented in the most advantageous way. This ability also assists his clients to understand the case against them and helps them concentrate on the important aspects of their defence. He is tactically aware and astute and this is borne out by his high rate of acquittals.

Cameron’s approach to his work and his dedication to his clients has meant that he has been recommended by many clients and indeed other lawyers and barristers.

[ Cameron Snodgrass ]

Admitted: 2002

cameron@murrayspartnership.co.uk

0207 701 8653

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Selection of Notable Cases:

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R v. E - Central Criminal Court – 2004 ( Double murder )

Double murder “by execution”, case involving Jamaican gangsters that lasted 5 months. One of the victims was a “Don” from Jamaica. Defendant acquitted of both murders.

R v. P - Central Criminal Court – 2007 ( Murder )

Murder case where Defendant accused of murdering husband by stabbing him numerous times whilst he was in bed. Prosecution accepted a plea of guilty to manslaughter on grounds of diminished responsibility on the 1st day of trial.

R v. B - Central Criminal Court – 2007 ( Manslaughter )

Manslaughter case. Defendant was extradited back to the UK from America to face manslaughter charge relating to the death of female following botched burglary.

R v. D - Croydon Crown Court – 2008 ( Kidnap and GBH case )

The Defendant was part of a group who allegedly kidnapped and tortured the victim in apparent revenge for the theft of a large amount of drugs.

R v. O - Isleworth Crown Court – 2009 ( Drug offences )

Conspiracy to import large amount of Class A drugs. The Defendant was alleged to have been involved in a conspiracy to import over 70KGS of cocaine disguised as food seasoning from Africa.

R v. C - Iselworth Crown Court – 2012 ( Rape & People/Sex trafficking )

The Defendant was alleged to have been part of a large group of individuals who trafficked women into the UK from Eastern Europe to work in brothels against their will. The Defendant was also charged with a number of rapes of trafficked individuals. The investigation was an international one involving a number of Eastern European police forces and the trial lasted 3 months. Defendant acquitted of all rapes.

R v. C - Central Criminal Court – 2012 ( Murder )

Murder case involving a shooting in the street. This was a joint enterprise case whereby one of the Defendants 4 co-defendants was alleged to have been the shooter. Defendant acquitted of murder.

R v. D - Snaresbrook Crown Court – 2014 ( Fraud and money laundering )

Complex fraud/money laundering case involving the use of fraudulently obtained chip and pin machines being used in brothels. The case involved a number of sham companies to hide movement of money. The fraud was estimated to be in excess of £2 million.

R v. F - Blackfriars Crown Court – 2014 ( Conspiracy to rob )

This was a case where by the Defendant was alleged to have been involved in a conspiracy to rob. All the defendants were on mopeds when, in an organised way, they targeted wealthy members of the public to rob them of high value goods and vehicles.

R v. G - Central Criminal Court – 2015 ( Murder )

o called “honey trap” murder case. The Defendant was the so-called “honey trap” used to be-friend a professional gambler who was then robbed and killed in his own address. Defendant acquitted of murder.

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