R v AH, Snaresbrook Crown Court  – Chris successfully appealed the conviction of a youth who had been convicted of a s.18 joint enterprise stabbing in the Youth Court.
R v JS, Wood Green Crown Court  – Chris secured acquittals for a client charged with threats to kill where a previous jury had been unable to return a verdict.
R v HA, Aylesbury Crown Court  – The defendant faced a multi count indictment alleging that he put an individual in fear of violence through harassment, sent indecent and threatening messages and committed criminal damage. Chris secured acquittals for his client on all counts.
R v AF, Kingston Crown Court  – Chris successfully defended a client charged with weapons and drug offences.
R v FK, Wood Green Crown Court  – The Crown offered no evidence following disclosure requests made by the defence.
R v RM, Hove Crown Court  – The defendant was charged with controlling and coercive behaviour and Chris was able to secure an acquittal after tactful cross examination of multiple prosecution witnesses.
R v LR, St Albans Crown Court  – After cross examination of the prosecution witnesses, the Crown reviewed the case and took the decision to offer no evidence against the defendant.
R v KR, Kingston Crown Court  – Chris secured acquittals on all counts of a defendant charged with possessing an offensive weapon, theft and ABH.
HCPC v RH  – Chris persuaded the panel that there was no case to answer where a paramedic was accused of numerous failings which led to a patient falling and breaking her hip.
GB v TFL  – Chris successfully appealed a decision by TFL to revoke a taxi driver’s hackney carriage licence.
HCPC v RD  – The panel were persuaded not to impose an interim order on a social worker who was being investigated for neglect.
HCPC v BC  – Chris successfully persuaded a panel to impose no interim order in the case of a paramedic who was being investigated for failing to provide appropriate treatment.
NMC v DP  – A nurse was cleared of all charges after her actions were alleged to have led to the death of a patient in her care. In this case the panel were not required to consider the issue of impairment as Chris successfully submitted that the facts could not be proved for some of the charges and for the other charges, even if the facts were proved, there was no misconduct.
VS v TFL  – Chris was able to overturn on appeal a decision by TFL to revoke a hackney carriage licence after the driver stood trial for, but was acquitted of, two separate allegations of rape.