R v Budgen & others – Junior Prosecution Counsel in 5-handed murder. Cross-examined one of the Defendants.
R v Portwine – Junior Prosecution Counsel. Defendant had killed his partner after sexually assaulting and physically degrading her.
R v Johnstone & Meenan – Junior Prosecution Counsel. Defendants had kicked victim to death.
R v Cook – Junior Prosecution Counsel. Mercy-killing of terminally ill wife.
R v Gall – Junior Prosecution Counsel. Defendant had committed over a 2 year period a series of violent assaults on women who were strangers to him.
R v Bell – Successfully defended a teacher accused of sexually assaulting a number of pupils.
R v Magboo – Successfully defended man accused of sexual assaults and false imprisonment of his wife.
R v Richardson – Successfully defended man accused of anal rape.
R v Koubar – Successfully prosecuted man accused of stranger rape.
R v Kerner – Successfully prosecuted a teacher who had sexual relationship with a pupil.
R v Copp & others – Junior Prosecution Counsel in £44 million VAT fraud. Cross-examined one of the Defendants. 9 week trial.
R v Paryag & others – Prosecuted alone a 6-handed fraud relating to false overtime payments by postmen. 8 week trial.
R v Muhaxheri and others – Prosecuted 3 Defendants accused of conspiracy to defraud in relation to bogus orders of mobile phones and electrical goods. 4 week trial.
R v Whitehouse and Page: – Junior Prosecution Counsel in an £11 million conspiracy to defraud. The case involved the artificial setting of rates of exchange at a Bureau de Change. 2 month trial.
R v Chauhan & others – Junior Defence Counsel in VAT carousel fraud.
R v Boyle & others – Prosecuted a 4-handed conspiracy to produce cannabis and transfer criminal property. Case related to a cannabis farm and the money laundered from that industrial-scale operation.
Public Interest Immunity/intrusive surveillance
R v Colman & others – Junior Defence Counsel in 3 month case relating to a series of ram-raid burglaries. The case involved a 2 week legal argument concerning the admissibility of evidence obtained via a covert listening device.
R v Ebcin & others – Junior Prosecuting Counsel. A substantial heroin case in which one Defendant had been a participating informant. Case involved complex PII issues and the calling of evidence from the police handlers of the informant.
R v Sahut & Cirikka – Successfully defended man accused of being a launderer of £50,000 worth of drugs money.