Bethan Rogers



Called : 2007


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Bethan has a busy criminal practice, in both prosecution and defence work.  She is particularly experienced in cases involving defendants with mental health issues and examination of vulnerable witnesses. Bethan is a fearless advocate who has received praise from the Bench for her skilled arguments and well researched, thorough approach to cases.

She has developed a considerable practice in cases involving serious sexual offences and multi handed drugs offences. In addition to this, Bethan is experienced in regulatory matters and extradition law. She is also very familiar with post-conviction confiscation proceedings including appellate work and applications to vary existing orders, cash seizure and forfeiture and confiscation enforcement.

Bethan has experience of working as disclosure counsel on large scale fraud and bribery cases with the Serious Fraud Office. As a result of that work, she was recently appointed as junior counsel in an ongoing Serious Fraud Office prosecution.


R v T, Middlesbrough Crown Court – client acquitted of multiple counts of historic child sex abuse

Southend Borough Council v O, Basildon Crown Court – client acquitted of multiple counts of fraud by abuse of position

R v K, Cardiff Crown Court – client acquitted of rape offences

R v F, Snaresbrook Crown Court – client acquitted of multiple rape offences

R v AF, Basildon Crown Court – highly publicised case involving a large number of extremely high value burglaries.

R v I, Central Criminal Court – trial stopped following a successful submission of no case to answer in relation to drugs offences.

R v M, Sheffield Crown Court - instructed junior in a conspiracy to import class A drugs trial. Client was the only defendant acquitted.



The Criminal Bar Association

Lawyers for Liberty


Direct Access qualified

Recently completed the Bar Council training on Advocacy and Vulnerable Witnesses



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