Jordan joined Chambers as a tenant in April 2021, following successful completion of his pupillage.
During his first six months of pupillage Jordan was under the supervision of Corinne Bramwell and David Hughes. Jordan assisted in the preparation of prosecution matters involving high-profile cases, sexual offences, fraud and confiscation proceedings. Jordan further assisted other members of chambers with research tasks in respect of criminal defence and extradition matters.
During his second six Jordan enjoyed building a busy practice both defending and prosecuting. He regularly appears in the Magistrates’, Youth and Crown Courts. This is a varied practice, dealing with a range of criminal offences from driving matters to offences as serious as robbery and drugs supply.
In the Magistrates’ Court Jordan has gained experience of representing clients from first appearance to trial having appeared in trials concerning assault on an emergency worker, domestic violence, ABH, breach of a restraining order and possession of bladed article. For example, Jordan secured an acquittal for a client accused of assault on an emergency worker by successfully utilising expert evidence of a consultant psychiatrist and arguing automatism.
Jordan has also appeared in a number of Crown Court hearings including trial. Notably, Jordan secured acquittal for his client charged with robbery following trial.
PROFILE: Jordan Santos-Sindes
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2013 University of Bournemouth, LLB (Law) 1st class
2014 BPP University, London, BPTC (Very Competent)
2020 Anne Goddard Scholarship
Criminal Bar Association
CPS Panel (grade 1)