Pump Court Chambers

Christopher Pix

Call: 2018

Masters, Theology, Anglia Ruskin University
Diploma, Theology, University of Cambridge
BA (Hons), Theology & Philosophy, Kings College, University of London

 

CPS Prosecutor – Grade 3

Mentor Lawyers Christian Fellowship

Mentor Bar None

Christopher is married with two daughters. He and his family enjoy walking their Springer Spaniel in the beautiful countryside around Salisbury. Christopher loves watching (and occasionally playing) most sports. He enjoys country pursuits, cooking and reading. He was a chorister at York Minster and a music scholar at St Edward’s Oxford.

Instructing Christopher Pix

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Christopher Pix is a criminal law specialist who is instructed in a full range of criminal cases. He is a CPS Grade 3 prosecutor, who undertakes both defence and prosecution work.

Recent instructions include attempted murder, death by dangerous driving, serious sexual offences, drug offences, kidnapping, robbery, burglary and theft offences.

He is also led on a regular basis, including in murder trials, as well as high profile drug and firearms trials.

Christopher is frequently instructed to appear before a wide range of tribunals, including juries, judges, Courts Martial, the Court of Appeal, Youth Court, regulatory boards.

 

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Recent criminal law court work includes:

  • R v C: Successfully defended client charged with armed robbery and attempted armed robbery
  • R v N, L, M, W, O: Disclosure junior in a murder trial, led by Michael Burrows KC and Charles Thomas
  • R v R: Disclosure junior in a murder trial, led by James Newton-Price QC and Tom Evans
  • R v L: Led junior in a large drug conspiracy case, led by Richard Onslow
  • R v K: Led junior in the prosecution of a firearm offence, led by Tim Bradbury
  • R v H: Successfully defended in a s18 assault
  • R v V: Successfully defended in a s20 assault
  • R v W: Successfully prosecuted a theft charge
  • R v A: Successfully defended in a drug trial, using modern slavery defence
  • R v Z: Successfully prosecuted in a drug trial
  • R v N: Successfully prosecuted a sexual assault trial
  • R v L: Assault occasioning actual bodily harm
  • R v M: Kidnapping
  • R v M: Blackmail
  • R v S: Sexual assault on under 13 year old
  • R v S: Sexual assault
  • R v C: GBH s20
  • R v S: GBH s18
  • R v Ks: Domestic assault where one of the complainants was a 13 year old
  • R v L: Indecent exposure
  • R v D: Drug offences, including both possession and intent to supply
  • R v B: Dog restored to owner after nearly 12 months and immediate destruction order replaced with a contingency destruction order
  • R v S: Matter under the Firearms Act
  • R v D: Bladed article case.

Christopher’s practice covers the full range of motoring law offences, from dangerous driving to lower level offences, including advancing special reasons and exceptional hardship arguments. Examples include:

  • R v Z: Death by dangerous driving
  • R v S: Dangerous driving matter at Winchester Crown Court
  • R v R: Driving whilst disqualified, fail to provide a specimen, no insurance, driving without due care and attention
  • R v N: Speeding at 114 mph in a 50 mph zone

Christopher accepts instructions in military disciplinary proceedings. Having at one stage considered a career as an army chaplain, he has the ability to understand serving personnel.

  • R v S : s18 GBH assault, after mitigation received a very light sentence
  • R v C : Desertion, after mitigation received a Service Community Order, when expecting an immediate custodial sentence
  • R v F: Sexual assault
  • R v D: Conspiracy to supply Class A drugs

Christopher successfully mitigated in a complex health and safety breach. The resulting fine was at the lowest possible level.

Christopher Pix is qualified to accept instructions directly from members of the public and professional clients under the Direct Access (or Public Access) scheme. In particular, in the area of Ecclesiastical Law. Please contact his clerks for further detail.

 

Christopher is regularly instructed in multi-day final hearings before the NMC, and is well placed to represent and advise individual registrants. He also accepts direct access instructions for Ecclesiastical Law tribunals.

Masters, Theology, Anglia Ruskin University
Diploma, Theology, University of Cambridge
BA (Hons), Theology & Philosophy, Kings College, University of London

 

CPS Prosecutor – Grade 3

Mentor Lawyers Christian Fellowship

Mentor Bar None

Christopher is married with two daughters. He and his family enjoy walking their Springer Spaniel in the beautiful countryside around Salisbury. Christopher loves watching (and occasionally playing) most sports. He enjoys country pursuits, cooking and reading. He was a chorister at York Minster and a music scholar at St Edward’s Oxford.

Instructing Christopher Pix

Would you like to know more?

If you require help or advice please contact our clerking team.

Call +44 (0)20 7353 0711 or email clerks@pumpcourtchambers.com.

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