R v FK – Lewes Crown Court (2023)
In these POCA proceedings, on the basis of Honor’s skeleton argument, the Crown conceded the assumptions (totalling £150,000) on the basis that they were incorrect and there would be a serious risk of injustice.
R v MS – Court of Appeal (2023) EWCA Crim 391 
Honor successfully appealed a sentence on the grounds of totality and that time spent on remand had not been taken into account. Honor argued that the custodial term of the suspended sentence order was manifestly excessive and that the sentence did not take into account the time served on remand. The Court of Appeal agreed and quashed the suspended sentence order and re-sentenced him to a short custodial sentence which was deemed served.
R v AO – Central Criminal Court sitting at Holborn (2023)
Honor secured an acquittal for her client charged with possession of a knife and assault occasioning actual bodily harm on the basis of self-defence.
R v HP – Wood Green Crown Court (2023)
Honor secured acquittal for her client charged with burglary. The defendant’s fingerprints were found at the scene of the crime, a barber shop. Honor also successfully resisted a bad character application of other burglaries on the basis that it was being used to bolster a weak case.
R v – Hove Crown Court (2023)
Honor, representing the prosecution, secured a conviction in this GBH case.
R v VA and others – Maidstone Crown Court (2022)
Junior counsel in multi-handed VAT fraud worth over £2 million.
R v FK – Lewes Crown Court (2022)
Junior counsel in Modern Slavery Trial.
R v RA – Court of Appeal (2022)
Honor successfully appealed an indefinite restraining order imposed on her client in favour of his daughter. The original order was quashed. A new restraining order was imposed which was limited in duration and which permitted contact the Family Court allowed.
R v MM Cambridge Crown Court (2022)
Honor secured a unanimous acquittal of her client charged with possession with intent to supply cannabis in prison.
R v AR Harrow Crown Court (2022)
Honor successfully appealed a 6 months detention and training order sentence imposed on a youth. The sentence was replaced with a suspended sentence order.
R V CG – Willesden Magistrates’ Court (2021)
CG was charged with driving on the hard shoulder of the motorway. Honor secured CG’s acquittal on the basis that he had only stopped due to an emergency.
R v MU Stratford Magistrates’ Court (2021)
MU was charged with driving whilst under the influence of drugs. Due to submissions made by Honor as to the quality of the evidence, the case was dropped on the day of trial.
R v JT – Stratford Magistrates’ Court (2021)
JT faced two charges of assault on an emergency worker. Honor made a successful submission of no case to answer to one charge, resulting in the first charge of assault being dropped. After extensive cross-examination of the officers, JT was acquitted of the second charge of assault.
R v LP – Romford Magistrates’ Court (2021)
LP was charged with assault by beating. At the close of the Prosecution case, Honor made a successful submission of no case to answer. The case was dropped against LP before he gave evidence.
R v AY – Highbury Magistrates’ Court (2021)
AY faced a charge of assault on an emergency worker. After Honor’s examination in chief of AY and extensive use of the body-worn footage, AY was acquitted on the basis that any contact with the officer was a mistake.