9 King's Bench Walk

Founded on Belief, Passion & Integrity.

A warm welcome to the website of 9 KBW, Chambers of Shabeena Azhar and Jonathan Mole.

9 KBW specialise in high level and general crime, offences of serious violence, gang crime, cyber crime, child abuse, rape cases and other sexual offences, fraud, immigration, particularly those cases linked with criminal charges, traffic and regulatory work. We offer services under the direct public access rules in many areas of law.

We appear in courts at all levels, Crown Court and Magistrates Courts, Court of Appeal and the High Court, First Tier and Upper Tribunal, Nursing and Midwifery Tribunals, County Court and other tribunals.

Whether you simply require advice or need representation at trial or tribunal hearings, we offer you a wealth of expertise and choice of Counsel.

9 KBW is a Chambers founded on belief in the rule of law, the right of all individuals to be expertly represented and the administration of justice. Those solid foundations were laid down over 40 years ago and we continue to base our service firmly upon those simple, but vital, principles

In recent years Chambers has recognisably developed its specialism’s and expanded in numbers, improved the quality and experience of our membership and, as a consequence, the level of cases we are currently instructed in is of a standard that is exceptional.

We are keen to share our members experience through seminars and workshops and we provide our now acclaimed programme of events for Police Officers in London and the South East, known as the OIC Roadshow, details of which can be found under the OIC Roadshow heading on our website. Training is provided for those at the most senior levels as well as those most junior. Mock trials are also and increasingly a part of our wide programme of events. If you would like further information contact details are on the dedicated page. It is a programme we are very proud of.

We continue to promise our clients standards of excellence, commitment, dedication and a quality of representation that is of the highest order.

Our clerking and administration team are highly experienced and will be happy to discuss areas of work and fee levels with Solicitors and members of the public alike. An indication of fees charged generally, by our members, can be found under the About Us heading then under our Fee Scales page. We are friendly and approachable and will always put the needs of the professional and lay client first



9 KBW is delighted to announce success in applications to the Crown Prosecution Service Specialist Panel
It is with great pleasure that we announce that Counsel John Clifford, John Ojakovoh and Graeme Molloy have been successful in their applications to join the Serious Crime Group and Daniel Cohen in his application to the Specialist Fraud Panel.

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Police disclosure seminar for Criminal Defence Solicitors April 11th 2018 Maidstone Hilton 5.45pm
On April 11th 2018 9 KBW will be hosting a seminar for Criminal Defence Solicitors on the important topic of Police Disclosure. The event will provide presentations by criminal law specialist practitioners on the following; Why All The Secrecy?

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Charles Drinnan
9 KBW is delighted to welcome Charles Drinnan as our latest tenant, following the successful completion of his pupillage. Charles specialises in criminal, regulatory and civil law and his full profile can be found on our members page.

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Dominic Woolard secures acquittal at Aylesbury Crown Court for defendant stopped by police with 1KG of cocaine inside his jumper
Verdicts were returned in Aylesbury on 21st February after a 6 week trial that followed a 2 year surveillance operation into the wholesale supply of cocaine in the buckinghamshire area.

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John Ojakovoh and Graeme Molloy secure convictions in cyber crime case at Blackfriars Crown Court
John Ojakovoh (Leader) and Graeme Molloy (Junior) prosecuting for the CPS International Justice and Organised Crime Division following a National Crime Agency investigation recently

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