Andrew Judge


Andrew joined chambers as a tenant in January 2023, following successful completion of his pupillage. Andrew has developed a busy practice prosecuting and defending in the Crown, Magistrates’, and Youth Court.


Andrew has prosecuted and defended in trials across the criminal spectrum including offences of robbery; drugs supply; violence; controlling or coercive behaviour; stalking and harassment and sexual offences.

Andrew has gained experience in dealing with vulnerable defendants, and complainants with mental health complexities. He has persuaded the RSCPA to offer no evidence against defendant who could not understand or follow court proceedings.

Andrew is currently a Grade 2 CPS prosecutor, and he is also on the CPS Serious Crime Panel (Grade 2). Andrew regularly accepts both prosecution and defence work.

Outside of work, Andrew is a keen runner, and follows Coventry City Football Club.

Notable Cases

R -v- B & O (2023)

Andrew represented O in Theft trial at Birmingham Crown Court. The Defendants, both bailiffs, were accused of stealing monies for personal gain but it was argued that they were simply using the tactic of concealment to secure money against a debt. The Defendants were unanimously acquitted.

R v K (2022)

Andrew prosecuted K who was charged with three counts of Possession with Intent to Supply Class A drugs: Crack Cocaine, Cocaine Hydrochloride and Heroin. He was convicted after a three-day trial.

R v T (2022)

Andrew represented T charged with ABH, Intentional Non-Fatal Strangulation and Threatening with a Blade in a Private Place. Andrew made a successful submission of no-case-to answer in respect of the Threating with a Blade offence, and the Defendant was acquitted of ABH and Intentional Non-Fatal Strangulation by the jury.

RSPCA v D (2022)

Andrew was instructed to represent D who was charged with Causing Unnecessary Suffering to a Protected animal and a number of other similar charges. After various reports into the D’s mental health, Andrew made successful representations to the RSPCA that the case no longer remained in the public interest to prosecute; the RSPCA offer no evidence on all charges.

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PROFILE: Andrew Judge

Year called




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Youth Crime

Road Traffic

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Road traffic


020 7489 2727


University of Birmingham, LL. B Honours Law Degree (2.1)Bar Professional Training Court – Very Competent


The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple


CPS Panel (Grade 2)

CPS Serious Crime Panel (Grade 2)