Catherine McTigue joined Enoch Evans in 2001 and is a Senior Solicitor in the Criminal Department. She is a Higher Courts Advocate and regularly represents clients at all stages of the criminal process from initial arrest at the police station through to their appearance before the criminal courts.
Catherine has successfully represented defendants in a wide range of motoring offences and helped numerous clients retain their driving licence.
Catherine has provided advice and representation in Murder, Manslaughter, Rape, Child Abuse, Wounding, Burglary and Drugs cases. She has experience of successfully defending individuals charged with a wide range of motoring offences and has helped numerous clients retain their driving licenses. She has also represented defendants in Health & Safety and Trading Standards prosecutions. She particularly enjoys working with Youths and vulnerable people.Catherine has previously been regularly instructed by the Department of Work and Pensions to prosecute benefit fraud cases.
She has extensive knowledge of this area and her prosecutions have been reported in both the local and national media. She now defends such cases.She is a member of the Law Society and also Walsall Law Association. She completed her first degree in German and can also speak French.
Catherine was named Birmingham Law Society’s Trainee of the Year in 2004 in recognition of her achievements.
Catherine can assist with:
All areas of Criminal and Regulatory Offences Law
Membership & Associations: Catherine is a member of both Walsall and Birmingham Law Association
Hobbies & interests: Outside of work she is a School Governor and enjoys foreign travel
What the Clients say:
“It was good to have Catherine’s help”.