Crime Tel: 0121 200 3031 Mental Health Tel: 0121 200 2414
Mr Cullen is a barrister and the managing director of Morgan Cullen & Ball Limited. Mr Cullen initially qualified as a solicitor in 2000 and was called to the bar in 2010. He is a member of the Honourable
society of the Middle Temple.
In addition, Mr Cullen is a member of the Law Society Criminal Litigation Accreditation Scheme and is on the Mental Health Law Panel.
In the criminal field, Mr Cullen has time and time again shown himself to be a fearless criminal defence advocate. He has a wealth of trial experience both in the Crown Court and before the Magistrates.
Mr Cullen has acted in many high-profile cases and has represented clients across the full spectrum of criminal offences, including serious drugs, serious violence, sexual offences, dishonesty and homocide.
Mr Cullen also specialises in Mental Health Law and represents clients before the Mental Health Tribunal. Mr Cullen represents those detained in hospital under civil sections (Section 2, Section 3, Mental Health Act) as well as restricted and unrestricted patients detained by way of hospital order in the criminal courts.
Mr Cullen's expertise is often called upon to represent defendants with Mental Illness in the criminal courts due to his combined expertise in the areas of Criminal and Mental Health Law.
Represented defendant charged with possession of firearm during the Birmingham Riots.
Successfully defended defendant charged with the rape of his former partner.
Successfully defended defendant charged with using a firearm with intent and arson with intent.
Was led and successfully defended man charged with the murder of his wife.
Successfully defended man charged with armed robbery of a bank.
Successfully defended man charged with being concerned in the supply of heroin.
Successfully defended man charged with the attempted murder of another male, by shooting with a shotgun.
Successfully defended man charged with GBH with intent. He was accused of pouring lighter fluid over his partner and setting her on fire.