R v NW – Woolwich Crown Court: Estelle’s client was unanimously acquitted of multiple counts of rape following a 10-day trial.
 R v JS – Harrow Crown Court: Estelle’s client was unanimously acquitted following a one-week trial. The Defendant faced two Counts on an Indictment, namely; arson with intent to endanger life and an alternative Count of arson being reckless as to whether life is endangered. The matter arose following a fire which caused extensive damage to a family home in North-West London.
 R v JB – Southwark Crown Court: Estelle’s client was unanimously acquitted of False Imprisonment and s.18 GBH following trial.
 R v KF – Woolwich Crown Court: Estelle’s client was unanimously acquitted following a one-week trial; this was an armed robbery case where the Defendant denied presence; £21,000 was stolen and recovered at the Defendant’s home within half-an-hour of the robbery. The incident was captured on camera with sound. Estelle made a successful s.78 Application to exclude evidence of the Crown’s Voice Recognition Expert. She cross-examined three police officers on the basis that their Identification was flawed and contaminated.
 R v SPL and Others – Central Criminal Court: Estelle’s client was unanimously acquitted following a 6-week trial. Estelle was led by a KC; the Defendant was accused of Assisting an Offender in a Conspiracy to Murder. The trial involved a serious gang related stabbing in Brixton. The Defendant was initially charged with Conspiracy to Murder; her DNA was found on a weapon at the scene which also contained the blood of the victim.
 R v AA – Inner London Crown Court: Estelle’s client was unanimously acquitted following a 12-day trial. Estelle’s client was a television news correspondent and faced allegations spanning over a 3-year period of child cruelty, threats to kill and coercive and controlling behaviour.
 R v DC – Southwark Crown Court: Estelle’s client was acquitted of charges against his ex-partner, including threats to kill.
 R v TN – Luton Crown Court: Estelle’s client was unanimously acquitted of causing serious injury by dangerous driving following a 5-day trial. The jury were shown CCTV footage of the collision; the Defendant’s vehicle drove over the speed limit and through a red light, causing a head-on collision with another vehicle and serious injury to her front-seat passenger. Estelle successfully ran the defence of duress of circumstances.
 R v HR – Reading Crown Court: Estelle’s client was unanimously acquitted of rape following a 6-day trial. The Defendant was an elderly male accused of historic rape of a 14-year-old child.
 – Regina v NM – Snaresbrook Crown Court: Estelle’s client was unanimously acquitted in this multi-handed Fraud arising from a sophisticated hacking operation of a Private School Fees database; the trial lasted 3 weeks.
[2020-2021] – R v TC and Others – Oxford Crown Court: Estelle was led in this Murder, s.18 GBH and Class A Drugs Supply Conspiracy trial, defending a 19-year-old male. The trial lasted 6 weeks and involved cut-throat defences and extensive DNA and blood pattern analysis evidence. Estelle was also led during the Appeal which is published and marks an important decision regarding alternative Counts: R v Taison Cyrille  EWCA Crim 1755.
[2018 & 2020] – R v YO and Others – Leicester Crown Court: Estelle was led in this multi-handed (10 Defendants) Violent Disorder Case, which ultimately culminated in an Attempted Murder. The trial lasted 9 weeks; I was also led during the Appeal (Regina v Yaryare and Others  EWCA Crim 1314) which features in the Criminal Law Review and the Crown Court Compendium as an important authority on Character evidence.