Marlon qualified as a solicitor in 2007 and joined The Stokoe Partnership Solicitors in March 2017. He is a duty solicitor with criminal higher rights of audience.

Since his arrival with the firm he has had conduct of very serious criminal cases and had been instructed as junior advocate in lengthy trials before the Crown Court in separate cases of money laundering, supply of class A drugs and evasion of tax. He has defended prosecutions brought by HM Revenue & Customs, the Department of Business Innovation and Skills and the Crown Prosecution Service. Marlon has continued to represent clients at the police station and at the magistrates court on the full range of criminal cases including motoring matters, assaults, theft and burglary and public order act offences.

Marlon brings sensitivity and understanding to his client’s cases and combines this with experience and a thorough consideration of the allegations in order to maximise the prospects for a successful outcome.

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04 Mar 2019

Government Review Of Criminal Legal Aid Fees: A Vain Attempt At Appeasement?

Solicitor Marlon Grossman examines the Government’s proposed review of criminal legal aid fees, questioning the motives behind this, in Lawyer Monthly. 

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Stokoe news header - royal courts

04 Mar 2019

Government Review Of Criminal Legal Aid Fees: A Vain Attempt At Appeasement?