Nick Robinson is a Criminal Barrister. You can instruct him to advise you about your criminal case and to represent you in court. This may be in the Magistrates' Court, the Crown Court or the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division). Your case may involve an alleged road traffic offence, a more serious criminal offence or an appeal against conviction or sentence. Whatever the case Nick can provide you with legal advice relevant to the particular circumstances of your case and should you wish he can defend you in court.
Nick principally defends in the Crown Courts of England & Wales. He specializes in heavyweight criminal cases, including murder, conspiracy to supply controlled drugs, money laundering and serious sexual offences. Nick is a member of the Criminal Group at 3PB Barristers, which is recognised for its expertise by The Chambers and Partners Directory and The Lawyer. The Head of the Criminal Group is Nigel Lickley QC.
For the last six consecutive years Nick has been recommended by the Legal 500 Directory as an Outstanding Leading Junior in Crime. The 2016/2017 Directory states that he is "extremely diligent in his approach to cases". The 2015/2016 Directory provided: "Nick Robinson is known for his defence work in the Crown Court and his practice has an emphasis on serious crime". The 2014/2015 Directory provided: "He specialises in sexual offence cases, particularly those involving children and historical allegations of misconduct". Nick was also recommended in 2011/12, 2012/13 and 2013/14. The 2013/14 Directory stated: "3PB's Nick Robinson is 'a very confident and knowledgeable advocate'".
Nick is skilled in appellate advocacy. In an appeal against sentence at the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) Aikens LJ held that Nick "presented the arguments very concisely, clearly and persuasively" (R vSherriff  EWCA Crim 2381). In another appeal against sentence at the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) Moses LJ held: "There is ample authority for the proposition that counsel for the defence has so skilfully identified both in his written grounds and in his oral submissions and we are indebted to Mr Robinson for them" (R v Kluver  EWCA Crim 3237).