R v. A, Hendon Magistrates’ Court  – represented EA who was charged with obstructing a police officer. After extensive cross-examination of two police officers, EA was acquitted.
R v. D, Ealing Magistrates’ Court  – represented a London Taxi Driver charged with careless driving. Successful submission of no case to answer at the conclusion of the Crown’s case.
R v. H, Snaresbrook Crown Court  – represented LH at sentence for three offences of benefit fraud. The fraud totalled £43,000 and had spanned a period of 4 years. After extensive mitigation, the Judge was persuaded to sentence LH to a community order.
R v. H, Stratford Youth Court  – represented a 13 year old charged with attempted robbery. After written representations, the Crown agreed to divert the matter for an out of court disposal and withdrew the charge.
R v. M, Basildon Crown Court  – secured a suspended sentence for PM who had pleaded guilty to possessing over 14,000 images of child pornography, including Category A images.
R v. N, Croydon Crown Court  – assisted her supervisor in drafting a skeleton argument to exclude an interview of AN conducted by corporate investigators. The application was successful and this led to a successful submission of no case to answer by her supervisor at the conclusion of the Crown’s evidence.
R v. T, Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court  – represented ET at trial facing two charges of assault on her daughters. After careful cross-examination of the Crown’s witness and a closing speech highlighting the inconsistencies in the Crown’s evidence, ET was acquitted.
R v. Z, Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court  – represented BZ at sentence for driving whilst disqualified and failing to surrender. Secured a sentence of just 14 days’ in custody after a Judge at a previous hearing had indicated the offences warranted a sentence of at least 6 months’ imprisonment.