Graham Huston has been immersed in crime for 30 years. He is a Grade 4 CPS Prosecutor.
Graham is regarded as being a very careful advocate who is particularly adept at dealing with sensitive and complex cases. He has appeared as leading counsel in a number of cases and as junior counsel alone in murder cases.
Graham regularly appears in the Court of Appeal and is instructed by the CPS and solicitors acting for Defendants throughout the East Midlands and East Anglia. He has been a Recorder since 2009.
Before being called to the Bar in 1991 Graham was a solicitor at Offenbach & Co having conduct of a substantial case load of very serious crime including very large scale drug importations.
Graham lives in Suffolk where he enjoys sailing on the Orwell and Stour estuaries
Graham frequently prosecutes multi handed cases and is often instructed to prosecute cases of a sensitive nature.
He has been instructed at Court Martial trials in Germany and in the UK.
He is very regularly instructed to prosecute and defend serious sex cases, frequently involving historical allegations.
He is very experienced in the handling of young and/ or vulnerable witnesses and has experience of cases involving the use of an intermediary.
He is well known as being diligent and thorough in his preparation of cases and is often the first choice of advocate in particularly distressing cases involving a history of mental ill health, including cases of cruelty to children, fatal baby shaking cases and the murder of one or both parents. He is also frequently instructed in cases of death by dangerous driving.
He has prosecuted and defended whether as junior counsel or alone in countless murder, attempt murder and manslaughter cases.
Graham has a wealth of experience in all aspects of criminal law, reflected in his being appointed as a Recorder in 2009.
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