YEAR OF CALL 2010
Voratida prosecutes and defends in jury trials across London and the surrounding area.
She is regularly instructed to prosecute in a wide variety of cases including grievous bodily harm with intent, arson, fraud, and possession with intent to supply controlled drugs. Voratida has spent several months as a disclosure junior at the Serious Fraud Office working on a large-scale complex case, and has a broad experience of confiscation proceedings. More recently, having been seconded to the CPS Domestic Violence Unit, she has been instructed in a number of cases of controlling and coercive behaviour, and regularly deals with vulnerable and young witnesses.
Voratida also defends across the wide spectrum of criminal offences, and is experienced in defending clients with mental health issues, addictions and other vulnerabilities.
Prior to coming to the bar, Voratida worked for an NGO in India and Cambodia combating serious organised crime and modern slavery in which she retains a strong interest.