Recognised as a first class lawyer and persuasive advocate, Jennifer Carter-Manning has a substantial practice in predominantly criminal cases in the UK and Isle of Man. She undertakes work concerning organised crime, confiscation, fraud, international corruption and money laundering. She advises private clients in respect of their money laundering obligations, and is a sought after speaker on compliance, bribery and corruption issues. Jennifer represented the Serious Fraud Office in the recent approval of the Deferred Prosecution Agreement with Rolls Royce Plc.
Jennifer is briefed on complex security and disclosure issues and legal professional privilege. She was junior counsel for the Prosecution in a media appeal against reporting restrictions over a criminal trial held in secret in 2014 (The Guardian etc v Incedal  EWCA Crim 11) and represented the Metropolitan Police in the High Court in relation to minors suspected of wishing to travel to Syria to join IS. (Tower Hamlets LBC v M & others  EWHC 869)
She is currently instructed by the CPS to advise in relation to the Hillsborough investigations. She also undertakes regulatory work and disciplinary proceedings.
Jennifer is an Attorney-General’s Special Advocate, authorised to undertake advocacy in closed proceedings.
Recognised by Chambers and Partners, Jennifer is a highly experienced complex fraud practitioner. She has practiced in the UK, Jersey and the Isle of Man, and specialises in very large investigations and trials.
Chambers and Partners describe her as “a really tenacious advocate who really fights her corner.”
She prosecutes and defends, and has considerable experience of mutual legal assistance, civil recovery, asset forfeiture and restraint. Jennifer has represented the Serious Fraud Office in the recent approval of the Deferred Prosecution Agreement with Rolls Royce Plc.
In addition to trial work, Jennifer is a sought after adviser and trainer for compliance and legal professionals, in particular in the fields of Bribery, Corruption and Money Laundering.
Jennifer’s recent article on bribery and deferred prosecution agreements can be found here.
Jennifer’s professional background is in substantial criminal cases and linked proceedings. She was junior counsel for the Prosecution in a media appeal against reporting restrictions over a criminal trial held in secret in 2014 (The Guardian etc v Incedal  EWCA Crim 11)
She has a particular expertise in cases involving fraud and money laundering, and in their ancillary confiscation, forfeiture and restraint proceedings. She prosecutes and defends. She undertakes work as independent counsel on searches, and advises on legal professional privilege generally.
She is currently instructed to advise the Crown Prosecution Service in relation to the Hillsborough investigations.
Recognised by Chambers and Partners in London, Jennifer also has a substantial advocacy and advisory practice in the Isle of Man. She advises on all aspects of criminal and financial regulation, and has appeared in Courts of all levels on the Island.
Jennifer has worked in the Isle of Man since 2008, and she has been involved in several of the Island’s largest money laundering investigations and prosecutions. She most recently successfully defended the Attorney General on charges of perjury and attempting to pervert the course of justice.
Jennifer is a sought-after speaker and trainer, on compliance issues on the Island, as well as criminal cases of money laundering, fraud, bribery and corruption. In addition to work in the Isle of Man, Jennifer has also practiced in Jersey, instructed by the Attorney General on a bribery investigation.
Jennifer is committed to protecting and respecting the privacy of individuals. In order to provide legal services, including advice and representation services, Jennifer needs to process personal data. This will include client’s personal data and the personal data of others who feature in the course of any matter upon which she is instructed.
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