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Chloe Chinnick


Chloe Chinnick
Duty Solicitor
4 Albion Place, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN1 1UD
01604 630327


  • L.L.B. (Hons)
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
  • Magistrates Court Qualification (Duty Solicitor)
  • Accredited Police Station Representative


I am a passionate solicitor who strives to provide high standards to all clients,  aiming to achieve the best outcome. I am a member of the magistrates court department at our Northampton Office.  My current role is as a Duty Solicitor undertaking preparation and advocacy of magistrates court matters.

I advise clients on all aspects of criminal law at the police station and at court. I  have worked on a number of complex and high profile cases for offences of murder, kidnap and rape. 

I strongly believe in providing a holistic approach to supporting and representing societies most vulnerable and making legal services more accessible and non-judgemental.

Recent Cases:

R v M, Bournemouth Crown Court 2017

Solicitor undertaking preparation for trial for a Barrister accused of an attempted sex act with a teenage boy. Following a Trial he was cleared of all charges reported Barrister accused of attempted sex act with teenage boy found not guilty | Bournemouth Echo

R v F, Winchester Crown Court 2017

Solicitor undertaking preparation for trial of four allegations of Rape against two complainants. Legal argument regarding the admissibility of parts of the Prosecution expert (bruising) evidence successful.

R v C, Winchester CC, 2017

Solicitor undertaking preparation for trial of a convicted sex offender accused of multiple breaches of SOPO through encrypted use of a home-built computer, described by the Prosecution expert as the most complex he had seen in his career. Counsel undertook careful cross-examination of prosecution expert which resulted in successful half time submission.

R v N, Oxford Crown Court
Solicitor undertaking preparation for Trial for clients accused of child sexual exploitation in Banbury (Operation Kingfisher), involving multiple counts of sexual offences against vulnerable children, including gang rape.