R v. E (2015- reporting restrictions apply)- successful Appeal against Conviction for offences of armed robbery.
R v. Akhtar  EWCA Crim 176- Appeal against Conviction. A leading case on alternative counts. The case established that it is permissible to be convicted of two different offences, which arise out of precisely the same conduct.
R v. BA Crim L.R.  2 168-173- Leading case on spousal compellability. Deciding whether an offence was one in respect of which a spouse, could be compelled to give evidence under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act [PACE]1984 had to be done by reference to the legal nature of the charged offence and not the factual circumstances surrounding the offence.
R v. Mary Boateng  2 Cr App R (S) 104 Leading case of the meaning of “exceptional circumstances” within the context of “absolute liability” for offences under section 5 of the Firearms Act 1968.
R v Akhurst  EWHC 806 (Admin); (2009) 173 J.P. 499; Times, April 13, 2009- Appeal by way of Case Stated. Whether a university campus constituted an “enclosed area”, within the meaning of section 4 of the Vagrancy Act 1926. The case established the important principle of jurisprudence that it was not open to the court to interpret a section in a statute in a different way from that in which it had been previously interpreted in order to take account of changes in the times.
R v. Kingdom  EWCA Crim 2935 – Attempted Murder- an important case identification case concerning numerous breaches of Code D and the correct application of section 78 of PACE 1984 in relation to them.
R v Miller  EWCA Crim 1891- An important case on the admissibility of comments pre-caution. Conviction set aside on the basis that the Judge erroneously admitted lies that the Defendant had told to the police before he had been cautioned notwithstanding that there had been reasonable grounds for suspecting him of having committed an offence.