Aneeta Borwick

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Aneeta has practiced Criminal Law for over 17 years and became a Duty Solicitor soon after qualification. She is also a Higher Courts Advocate which entitles her to conduct hearings before the Crown Court. Aneeta was appointed Deputy District Judge (Magistrates’ Court) in 2009.

As a Peer Reviewer appointed by the Legal Services Commission in 2008, Aneeta is one of a select team of assessors who review the quality of work carried out by other firms of Solicitors.

Along with her day to day practice which involves the full spectrum of general criminal law, Aneeta has represented many clients involved in high profile and complex cases. She has represented clients prosecuted by a variety of agencies such as The Crown Prosecution Service on behalf of Special Casework Unit, The National Crime Squad and Flying Squad as well as prosecutions initiated by HM Revenue and Customs. She has a wealth of experience and has a reputation for fearlessly and passionately representing her client’s best interests. Clients are reassured by Aneetas highly professional manner and personal approach.

As the firms Trainee Solicitor Supervisor, Aneeta has prepared articles for the Trainee Solicitors Handbook. She has also been involved in the training of appropriate adults who attend police stations, on behalf of the Youth Justice Service.

Professional Memberships
  • Duty Solicitor covering West London, East Berkshire and North West Surrey
  • Solicitors Association of Higher Courts Advocates (SAHCA)
  • London Criminal Courts Solicitors Association

Associated Cases

Drugs Offences
Operation Chester
 – Reading Crown Court 2008


33 handed Conspiracy to supply drugs in the Berkshire area.

Pervert Course of Justice
R v S – Old Bailey 2011

This involved a defendant who held a judicial position. It was alleged that he gave false evidence in a County Court, hearing a matter concerning contact with his daughter. This case was investigated by the murder squad as originally the defendant was arrested for conspiracy to murder his ex partner, the mother of his child.

R v A – Oxford Crown Court 2011

This case involved a multi handed investigation which, investigated offences dating back as long as 10 years. It was alleged that one of the defendants ran a business charging people money to get rid of Notice of Intended Prosecutions.

Violent Crimes
Operation Propus – Woolwich Crown Court 2013

Multi-handed Conspiracy to Supply Firearms where obsolete firearms were purchased modified and customised into full, working firearms together with adapted specialist ammunition. The conspiracy was primarily organised by a pair of prisoners from one of Her Majesty’s Prisons.

R v P – Northampton/Swindon Crown Court 2010

Allegations of robbery where the Modus Operandi (MO) was said to involve arranging to see high value cars advertised on auto trader for sale. The defendant had used the same MO previously including one case where he had caused death by dangerous driving, originally charged as manslaughter.

R v T – Reading Crown Court 2010

Disturbing case involving a male who suffered from mental health issues who was charged with the rape of his mother and other violent acts including gouging her eyeballs out causing mother total blindness. The case involved fitness to plead issues.