Tracey joined the firm in 2010 having previously had a career in the civil service which included amongst other roles working as a judge’s clerk in the High Court before then working as a court clerk in the Crown Courts on the Manchester and Yorkshire circuits. Familiar with the processes and procedures used at Court Tracey has a considerable experience with the types of cases and matters that appear before the Crown Court. This experience is invaluable in her work preparing people’s defence in criminal matters. Tracey is an accredited police station representative and is approved by the Legal Aid Agency to defend people at the police station.
Tracey also assists James Macaulay in the mental health department and is involved in the preparation of peoples cases prior to the mental health tribunal application. Bringing a personable style to this work Tracey is well liked by her clients.
“Thank you so much for being so wonderful with my neighbour ……. today. She has messaged me to say you were brilliant so thanks so so much”
“Thank you so much for all your help today. I don’t know what I would’ve done without you.”
R v EH (Bradford Crown Court) – Tracey prepared the defence for a man accused of a series of historic sexual offences against two individuals. Dealing with the matter throughout Tracey assisted the defendant reconstruct his whereabouts in the 1970′s. The defendant was found not guilty after trial.