My Specialisms, Experience and Qualifications
Daniel handles a diverse range of legal cases within both the Magistrates' and Crown Court, where he serves as both a prosecutor and a defense attorney. His involvement spans various stages of the legal process, including initial appearances, bail hearings, trials, and sentencing. Daniel's expertise extends to making different types of applications throughout the course of proceedings.
Within his caseload, Daniel has taken on cases involving charges related to violence, sexual offenses, theft, and driving offenses. He possesses considerable experience dealing with cases that involve vulnerable individuals, such as defendants, witnesses, and young offenders. Furthermore, Daniel has successfully worked with expert witnesses in complex cases.
Examples of Recent Cases Handled by Daniel
R v RB & EW  – Successful prosecution of two defendants accused of ABH who attended at the address of the complainant and scared him into jumping out of a window. During the trial, a successful application was made to adduce bad character evidence because of evidence given by the defendant.
R v KA  – Successful defence of a defendant accused of assaulting his partner with a fork causing bloody scratches. As a result of the cross examination of the two prosecution witnesses by Daniel, which exposed inconsistent timings of events, differing accounts of the injuries suffered as well as the complainant misleading the magistrates that they had a history of self-harm which could account for the injury, the magistrates dismissed the case at the close of the prosecution case.
R v MA  – Successful defence of a 20-year-old who was accused of assaulting someone in the street alongside his father. The incident was captured on CCTV. Daniel successfully argued self-defence and the defendant was acquitted.
R v NF  – Successful defence of a women with mental difficulties who needed the assistance of an intermediary. The defendant was accused of criminal damage by scraping a key down the side of a car, supposedly captured on CCTV. Following cross examination, the witness admitted that he had not considered the whole of the footage and whether the damage could have been caused at any other time. The defendant was acquitted.
R v AH  – Successful prosecution for sexual assault of a comedy performer who groped a female at his comedy show.
Daniel Ingham accepts instructions in all areas of chambers practice and is a CPS Grade 1 Prosecutor.
Daniel is a mentor with the Newcastle University Bar Society and provides training to assist students with advocacy and has judged a variety of mooting and advocacy competitions.
BPTC – BPP Law School (Leeds) 2019-2020
Law Degree – Newcastle University 2016-2019
Recipient of the South Square Scholarships from Middle Temple in 2019
Finalist of the Inner Temple Inter-Varsity Moot in 2019
Winner of the Newcastle University Junior Individual Moot in 2017