Graeme has appeared as a leader on the following cases:
R v Alfred Henderson  (Blackfriars CC) – £3 million money laundering conspiracy concerning the Danati Bureau de Change and involving a wide-ranging analysis of Customs use of informants. The abuse of process argument covered a number of other trials heard by different courts and ultimately led to the quashing of convictions in previous trials and a complete review of Customs based prosecutions.
R v Victor Dark  (Norwich CC) – Murder and conspiracy to murder – contract killing. Represented the alleged organiser who was notable for his links to the Krays and had featured in numerous books concerning organised crime. He had also featured in a Channel 4 documentary ‘Hard Bastards’. The materials contained in these items were the subject of a ‘bad character’ application.
R v Pritchard [2005-2006] (Blackfriars CC) – Conspiracy to import/supply 500kg Cocaine through New Spitalfields Market in a consignment of coconuts. During the re-trial Pritchard was the subject of a Channel 4 documentary/investigation which was aired following his acquittal.
R v Peter Blake [2007 and continuing] (Central Criminal Court) – Representing the first defendant in the Menzies World Cargo armed robbery at Heathrow.
R v Lea Rusha [2007-2008] (Central Criminal Court) – Represented the first defendant in the £53 million ‘Securitas’ robbery at Tonbridge. Rusha was alleged to be one of the main organisers in the plot.