In his second murder trial in Birmingham this year, Alistair has secured a second acquittal, after a 4 week…Read more
Alistair Webster QCCall To The Bar: 1976
He has been a Recorder of the Crown Court for over 20 years and is a Master of the Bench of Middle Temple. He is on the SFO panels both for prosecutions and asset restraint.
Chambers & Partners 2020 – “A highly experienced silk who excels in complex cases involving allegations of loan, tax and pension fraud, among other matters. He regularly represents the SFO in both fraud and proceeds of crime cases.” “He is a very good advocate.”
Chambers & Partners 2017 – “A barrister with great interpersonal skills who gets the best out of clients and the judiciary, and is noted for his attractive advocacy style.” “Very user-friendly, and his advocacy shines.” “He produces excellent performances in the Court of Appeal.” “He is very clever, very hard-working and he has very good judgement.” “A fantastic QC.”
Legal 500 2016 – ‘‘An exceptional jury advocate, who is able to very quickly break down complex cases for juries.”
Alistair’s recognised excellence and client care across the spectrum of criminal and criminal related cases has made him an extremely popular choice for clients paying for the costs of their own advice and representation.
As he is one of the country’s most experienced QCs, it is hardly surprising that his wealth of experience and record of success put him in demand.
Alistair has regularly appeared in the biggest cases to come before the courts, ranging from income tax and VAT frauds through to regulatory offences in areas such as Health
& Safety, Trading Standards and Environmental prosecutions.
He is on the Serious Fraud Office’s panels for both fraud and proceeds of crime which makes him, we believe, unique outside London.
He has successfully represented, on a privately paying basis, solicitors, company directors and other professionals charged with a multitude of offences as varied as fraud by abuse of trust, corporate manslaughter, money laundering and offences arising from regulatory non compliance.
He has successfully challenged both restraint orders and search warrants in relation to cases involving the SFO and SOCA.
On 6th October, a number of newspapers identified Josh Molnar as the acquitted defendant in the murder trial relating…Read more
On 4th October, Alistair Webster QC successfully conducted the appeal of Dean Saunders, former football star, league manager and…Read more
Alistair Webster QC's was successful in the pursuading the HMRC to withdraw their objection to the appeal and agree…Read more