R v XX and Others (Isleworth CC) – Defended XX, jointly charged with 5 others in an attempted murder case involving a shooting at Isleworth Train Station. Background of drug dealing / suspected gang rivalry.
R v PS (Lewes CC) – Defended vulnerable adult (with autism and learning disability) charged with historic sex offences involving multiple complainants. Case further involved complex expert evidence relating to the making and distributing of indecent images using a range of social media platforms, across a number of devices, and the use of alias accounts.
R v XY and Others (Cardiff CC) – Defendant’s father was convicted of being part of a large scale drug dealing enterprise. Defended XY, who was jointly charged with three others of laundering the proceeds of that crime.
R v G & Others (Isleworth CC) – Prosecuted four Royal Mail employees accused of committing fraud on the Royal Mail by abusing the PPI system. Fraud worth in excess of £11.5 million.
R v JN (Inner London Crown Court) – Defended JN, who was accused of attempting to cause grievous bodily harm, by intending to transmit HIV. Case involved expert evidence in relation to HIV transmission.
R v TJ (Canterbury Crown Court) – Prosecuted TJ for a series of commercial burglaries. Case involved the presentation of cell site and ANPR evidence.
R v DK (Reading Crown Court) – Defended DK in robbery case involving complex factual defence. Included legal argument on availability of defences.
R v HS (Reading Crown Court) – Defended HS in a matter involving an allegation of threats to kill and multiple domestic assaults. Cross-examined two 7 year old witnesses in accordance with Vulnerable Witness training.
R v B (Basildon Crown Court) – Defended in case involving supply of Class A drugs.
R v TJ (Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)) – Appeal (with leave) against extended sentence in domestic ABH matter.
R v JH (Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)) – Appeal (with leave) against sentence in “third strike” burglary matter.
R v CW (Oxford Crown Court) – Prosecuted a sentence in a case involving a series of armed robberies. Provided advice to the CPS that the sentence passed was unduly lenient. Matter referred by the Attorney General and the sentence was subsequently increased.
R v FD (Canterbury CC) – Provided advice on appeal against conviction in aggravated burglary matter involving the use of a firearm.