R v TR and DH 2022 – Led junior prosecuting parents charged with causing or allowing serious injury to an 11 week old baby left with life-changing injuries caused by shaking. Involved complex expert evidence as to the causation of brain haemorrhages and bone fractures.
R v RA and others 2020-21 – Led junior defending a 16 year old alleged gang member charged with the murder of an opposing gang member in a “ride out” murder in East London.
R v OH and others 2020 – Junior alone defending on a conspiracy to rob £4.1 million pounds worth of jewellery, defence involved cross-examination of the complainant as to his knowledge and participation in the theft of the stolen items.
R v LF and others 2020 – Junior alone defending D1 in a conspiracy to supply Class A drugs which most unusually involved charges of rape of a woman said to have been held in servitude by the gang (cuckooing).
R v I and others 2019 – Led junior defending one of seven family members charged with the manslaughter of their relative in what the Crown described as a “botched exorcism”.
R v M and others 2018 – Junior alone defending a youth charged with joint enterprise s.18 GBH (D1 of five defendants charged with stabbing a rival as part of “postcode” gang activity).
R v M and others 2018 – Junior alone defending D2 in a conspiracy to possess firearms and ammunition with intent to endanger life.
R v J and others 2018 – Junior alone defending conspiracy to supply Class A drugs and money laundering via international bank transfers.
R v H and others 2017 – Junior alone defending allegation of fraud as part of a multi handed conspiracy to commit credit card fraud.
R v AT and others 2017 – Junior alone defending allegation of multi handed joint enterprise possession of firearms and ammunition with intent to endanger life.
R v G (and K) 2016 – Led junior in a two-handed murder trial. Case concerned defence expert evidence as to the effects of anterograde amnesia following heavy alcohol consumption.
R v PK and others 2016 – Junior alone in a large-scale conspiracy to commit Immigration offences – defended an individual alleged to have taken TOEIC language tests to facilitate non-EU nationals’ Home Office applications to remain in the UK.