Sharon Bailey

Sharon qualified as a solicitor in 1989. She has since become a Higher Court Advocate, being one of the first solicitors to sit and pass the qualifiying exam in 1995.

Sharon joined us in 1995, transferring to our Birmingham office from London in 2007.

Cases

Manslaughter case following “potato row” case ends in acquittal

James Turner (Partner) and Sharon Bailey (Advocate) at Tuckers’ Birmingham office secured the acquittal of client Mark Jennens in a sad case following the death of his mother following a row over potatoes on Christmas Eve. Mr Jennens had acted as the carer for his elderly mother for more than 10 years and she suffered a… Read more »

Tuckers’ successful in high profile lap dancers case

Tuckers’ Higher Court Advocate, Sharon Bailey, was part of the successful defence team which represented a group of lap dancers, their manager and two gentleman described in the press as a “couple of heavies” against charges of kidnap and robbery. The club boss claimed that he had been kidnapped and robbed by the group, who –… Read more »

Tuckers’ client acquitted of Jason Scott Cooke Murder

Andrew Hare & Sharon Bailey of Tuckers’ Birmingham office, successfully represented Aaron Doran who was acquitted of the murder and manslaughter of Jason Scott Cooke.    The facts were that the three defendants stole various items from a property.  The inhabitant contacted the Jason Scott Cooke who rounded up a few guys for a “straightener”…. Read more »