R v B
(2017) – Defence of a carer charged with the ill-treatment / neglect of a person who lacked capacity, involving complex medical evidence.
R v F (2017) – Defence of a young woman with learning difficulties charged with encouraging or assisting an offence of child abduction.
R v Davies, Wilson & Ibrahim (2016) – Prosecution of a £1million conspiracy to defraud, involving the selling of overvalued investment products to numerous elderly victims.
R v G & Others (2016) – Defence of an individual charged with conspiring to possess firearms with intent to endanger life, involving allegations of gang and organised crime.
R v Skinner (2016) – Junior for the prosecution in respect of an MEP who fraudulently claimed over £100,000 in expenses from the European Parliament.
R v Jones, Jones & Oliver (2015) – Prosecution of defendants for wide-scale brothel keeping, cheating the Revenue in respect of £1.5 million of income, money laundering and mortgage fraud.
R v Enstone & Another (2015) – Defence of a young man charged with causing death and serious injury by dangerous driving, involving allegations of racing and complex technical evidence.
R v H (2015) – Prosecution of a rape case involving a 14-year-old complainant who had made a number of similar allegations against other individuals, involving extensive Section 41 and non-defendant ‘bad character’ applications.
R v Proshka, Beheluli & Topalli (2015) – Prosecution of offences of conspiracy to supply Class A drugs with a value of over £2.5 million, together with associated money laundering and identity fraud offences.
R v T (2015) – Prosecution of a defendant for causing death by careless driving, involving conflicting technical evidence and issues of causation (the deceased being a Jehovah’s Witness who refused a blood transfusion).
R v Chambers & Others (2015) – Junior for the prosecution in a six-handed case of conspiracy to import large consignments of Cannabis into the UK.
R v Carlton & Others (2014) – Junior for the prosecution in an eleven-handed case of alleged prison mutiny within HMP Highdown.
R v Chowdhury, Chowdhury & Rai (2014) – Junior for the prosecution in a manslaughter case involving a violent attack that resulted in a drowning.
R v Lucie-Smith (2014) – Enforcement proceedings regarding a confiscation order against a company director, culminating in a successfully opposed application for Judicial Review.
R v D (2014) – Prosecution of a defendant who engineered a domestic setup in order to repeatedly breach a Sexual Offences Prevention Order, involving multiple issues surrounding his bad character.
R v Copsey (2014) – Prosecution of an accountant who stole £1.2 million from the residents of the block of flats within which he lived, involving a number of vulnerable victims.
R v A (2014) – Defence of an ‘urban explorer’ charged with a wide-ranging conspiracy to commit criminal damage; prosecution stayed as an abuse of process on the basis of autrefois acquit / convict.
R v J & H (2013) – Prosecution of defendants jointly charged with raping a highly intoxicated complainant, involving complex issues of capacity and consent.
R v Nadler & Others (2013) – Prosecution of three defendants who evaded £2 million in excise duty, regarding the fraudulent importation of a vast quantity of cigarettes.
R v A (2013) – Defence of a bank employee alleged to have defrauded an elderly customer of £100,000, involving contested computer evidence and expert witnesses.
R v Littleboy & Littleboy (2012) – Prosecution of a father and daughter who systematically defrauded HMRC of VAT, income tax and NIC in respect of their businesses.
R v W (2012) – Prosecution of sexual offences against three complainants under the age of 10, involving complex recent complaint evidence.
R v Abbas & Others (2011) – Junior for the prosecution in a six-handed conspiracy to commit a series of armed robberies of commercial premises and cash-in-transit vehicles.
R Fongho & G (2011) – Junior for the prosecution regarding allegations of forgery and misconduct in a public office by a British diplomat, concerning the issuing of UK work permits.
R v A (2010) – Prosecution of sexual offences against complainants under the age of 13, involving an intermediary for an eight-year-old witness with speech and language difficulties.
R v Mazambi & Others (2010) – Junior for the prosecution in a fraud involving over £300,000 in grants obtained from national charities.
R v Biryah & Others (2009) – Junior for the prosecution in a £5 million tax fraud committed by labour supply companies.
R v Reed (2008) – Prosecution of the theft of £200,000 in breach of trust, involving the use of a speech therapist as an intermediary for a vulnerable elderly victim.
R v C (2006) – Junior for the prosecution in an historic rape case, involving abuse of process issues concerning the loss of evidence and the reliability of DNA techniques.