“Attempted London bombing July 2005” Conspiracy to murder and conspiracy to cause explosions.
“Al Qaeda terrorist training camp case”. Providing and receiving terrorist training. Conspiracy to murder and offences under Terrorism Act 2006.
“Transatlantic airline bomb plot case.” Alleged plotting of simultaneous bombings of US bound aircraft out of Heathrow.
R v Ibrahim and others
Representing one of six alleged bombers in a case arising out of the attempted bombing campaign of 21 July 2005 on the London underground system following the bombing attacks of ‘7/7’.
R v H & others
Representing one of two defendants charged with incitement to murder (over the course of two years) in the context of an organised alleged Muslim extremist group operating in and around London.
R v D and others
Representing one of nine defendants where charges ranged from incitement to murder and the alleged providing and receiving of terrorist training contrary to the Terrorism Act 2006. 15 defendants were arrested as part of high-profile arrest raids in South London in September 2006.
R v Knox & others
Case involving a breach of the United Nations Sanctions order. Allegations involving company trading in breach of (then) UN Serbia and Montenegro Sanctions Order. Not guilty verdict.
R v Murray & others
Large scale undercover police operation concerning conspiracy to rob. A gang of young men was targeting prominent and wealthy individuals in affluent areas of London, following them and causing doorstep attacks leading to theft of jewellery and high value cars. The total loss was several million pounds.
R v Karia
Arson with intent to endanger life. Case concerning a security guard employed by a major central London hospital charged with setting a series of fires on hospital premises over a period of several months, culminating in a major fire in the basement causing the hospital to have to be evacuated and losses to the tune of several million pounds. Verdict was not guilty of intent to endanger life.
R v Harris
Causing harm to baby through ‘baby shaking’. Defendant under disability and all prosecution witnesses as to fact under some form of disability. The prosecution seeking to rely upon a purported confession by the defendant during interview was argued by the defence to be oppressive. The case involved complex medical issues as to causation and injury, and expert evidence as to the exact cause of injury and whether the diagnosis was affected by a pre-existing condition contributing/causing the injury. Not guilty verdict.
R v Sadiq & others
Case involving a major public disorder involving the local and immigrant community in Dewsbury involving more than 20 individuals. There were 15 defendants and charges ranged from violent disorder to section 18 assault and intent to cause serious harm falling just short of attempted murder. Weapons ranged from knives to motor vehicles driven as weapons to cause injury. There were complicated issues if identification was involved. The main victim of the disorder was severely injured leaving him wheelchair-bound. All but one of the defendants were found not guilty upon direction of the judge.
R v Miah & Others
Case involving feuding community factions in Leeds causing major public disorder resulting in two consecutive days of unrest amongst a small community. Offences ranged from public order offences to section 18 assault with intent to cause serious harm and firearms offences.
R v Thompson & others
Joint Metropolitan Police and Customs undercover drugs operation concerning the supply of Class A drugs involving covert police surveillance operation.
R v White & others
Major undercover police operation involving the supply of Class A drugs on the streets of central London.
R v L and others
Armed robbery at two major high street supermarket outlets involving the taking of thousands of pounds using violence and firearms. This was said to be an ‘inside job’ organised and executed by the three members of staff charged. Not guilty verdict.
R v Boukadir & others
Multi -million pound conspiracy to defraud banks and other financial institutions, alleged proceeds of which were said to have been sent to the Middle East with suggestion that this was to fund terrorist organisations.