R v LJ and Others  (Court of Appeal) (pupil to Alexia Power) – Hannah assisted Oliver Blunt QC and Alexia Power in researching whether the Court of Appeal can substitute its own findings of fact with those made by the trial judge.
R v S – When acting as a stand-in junior to Stephen Moses QC defending a client charged with child cruelty, Hannah prepared written legal argument used to successfully oppose the admission of extra-jurisdictional bad character evidence.
Spain v D – An argument under s.12A Extradition Act 2003 was advanced to resist the requested person’s extradition on a Part 1 accusation warrant.
R v K – A successful half-time submission was made on a charge of threatening another with an offensive weapon in a public place. There was no evidence to demonstrate specific intent due to a technical error in the charge. Hannah successfully opposed the Crown’s application to lay a new charge to remedy the error.
R v O and M – Hannah defended a client charged on a joint enterprise basis with theft from a dwelling, worth £26,000. The case involved delicate issues of a sexual nature, which required tactful handling in cross-examination.
R v W – Hannah effectively challenged the lawfulness of police action on a charge of obstructing a constable in the execution of his duty. This resulted in an acquittal.
R v M – Hannah represented a vulnerable defendant who required the assistance of an intermediary. Hannah successfully defended the client on a charge of assault by beating in the face of CCTV evidence purporting to show the alleged assault.