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Former North Wales detective joins Gamlins Law

Gamlins Law

A former North Wales detective has been recruited by one of the region’s leading law firms.

Tim Wynne Evans, who worked on cases including Wales’s worst serial killer Peter Moore, has joined Gamlins Law as a case worker and investigator.

Tim Wynne Evans

Tim will work with the firm’s Crime Department, assisting them with the preparation of defence cases for clients. This includes several complex conspiracy cases, a specialist area for Gamlins Law.

Tim worked for North Wales Police for over 30 years, including more than 25 as a detective in the CID team, investigating some of the region’s highest profile cases.

He also spent two years working as part of a United Nations team investigating allegations of genocide in East Timor, Indonesia.

After leaving the police, Tim went on to work for Denbighshire County Council including a spell as the authority’s Principal Public Protection Officer.

Gamlins Law’s Crime Department is the largest of its kind in North Wales and features in the prestigious Chambers UK Legal Guide 2023.

Each year, Chambers & Partners team carries out a rigorous and independent research process to identify the law firms globally which are “market leaders”.

Dafydd Roberts, Gamlins Law Director and Head of Criminal Law, said: “I am delighted to have recruited Tim to support our team of solicitors on some of our more complex cases. One area of growth for us is conspiracy cases. We are currently dealing with several conspiracy to supply drugs matters.“Tim has a fantastic track record as a police officer and, more recently,  working with Denbighshire County Council. He will be a great addition to our team.”

Tim said: “I am looking forward to working with the Gamlins Law team. My background as a detective means I can provide a different perspective and a fresh pair of eyes when examining the evidence being presented.”

Gamlins Law, which employs 80 people, has its head office at Morfa Hall in Rhyl and further offices in Mold, Ruthin, Denbigh, Abergele and Holywell.