Nigel Power QC has appeared as a barrister in a number of successful appeals and is happy to consider taking on appeals for people who are dissatisfied with their result.


If you have been wrongly convicted, or unfairly sentenced, Nigel will be pleased to help. This is an area of law which is ideally suited to Direct Access, avoiding the need for payment to a solicitor and a barrister.


Nigel has appeared in a large number of appeals in both the Court of Appeal and Divisional Court, and there are details below of just a few selected cases to give an idea of the types of case in which Nigel has been successful:


Revenue and Customs Prosecution Service v Kearney

Case which prescribes circumstances in which time can be extended for payment in Criminal Justice Act 1988 confiscation orders. 

“... Mr Power's arguments, valiantly and charmingly advanced ...”


Michael Woolley

Successful appeal in the guideline case on causing death by aggravated vehicle taking.

“Mr Power, on behalf of the appellant, admirably advanced the grounds of appeal.”


James Holloran

Successful appeal against conviction against armed robbery based on failure to sum up the interview of the defendant who did not give evidence.


Stephen Caveney

Successful appeal against conviction in armed robbery where an application to call fresh evidence in the Court of Appeal was allowed and the defendant was acquitted at his retrial.



To instruct Nigel Power QC in your appeal, email directly or call 0151 242 0707.

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