Jenny Tallentire is a highly experienced Crime practitioner, with expertise in the most challenging and complex crime including murder, manslaughter and serious sexual offences.
She is known for her particular skill in dealing with cases involving vulnerable or child witnesses or defendants. In addition, she is often counsel of choice to represent those appearing in the Crown Court for the first time, particularly in motor fatality cases.
Jenny has substantial trial experience in all areas of Crime work, both prosecuting and defending. She regularly prosecutes and defends those who have been charged with the most serious of offences, including rape, child sex offences and murder.
She combines a sensitive approach to witnesses and clients with a robust approach in court.
Jenny has extensive experience defending motor fatality cases in the Crown Court. Such defendants often have no experience of the Criminal Justice system and they, together with their representatives, appreciate Jenny’s professional and effective advice coupled with a sensitive manner.
R v G (2019)
Instructed as junior counsel to represent a vulnerable defendant with particular needs charged with rape and attempted murder.
R v P, A & C (2018)
Briefed as junior counsel to prosecute this murder case. Two of the defendants were convicted of murder and one for assisting an offender. The leading silk was quoted as saying Jenny was ‘exceptional in that case, mastering difficult disclosure issues as well as cross-examining (very well) a defendant in the trial’.
R v H (2018)
Instructed to defend in a multi handed child sexual exploitation case. The outcome was a comprehensive acquittal of all the charges faced.
R v S, B & B (2019)
Instructed as junior prosecution counsel in this two-handed murder.
R v V (2018)
Instructed as defence counsel for this attempted rape of a fellow student. The psychiatric reports obtained on advice forced the crown to drop the case.
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