R v IS & Ors Central Criminal Court 2022 – Led Junior to Queen’s Counsel in allegation of gangland murder
R v MOS Central Criminal Court 2022 – Led Junior to Queen’s Counsel in a case involving terrorism offences including the alleged financing of terrorist organisations overseas.
R v AG & Ors Central Criminal Court 2021 – Led Junior to Queen’s Counsel in a multi-handed allegation of gangland murder. Defendant not guilty of murder and was sentenced to 8 years’ imprisonment for manslaughter on the basis that he had no knowledge of any weapons being carried by co-defendants.
R v ST Maidstone Crown Court 2021 – Defence counsel alone. Secured acquittal of attempted murder.
R v JW & CC Central Criminal Court 2020 – Led Junior for the Crown in a two-handed case of attempted murder.
R v ZH Wood Green Crown Court 2020 – Defence counsel for the second defendant accused of gangland/drug related kidnapping, false imprisonment and violence offences. Acquitted following defence representations regarding unauthorised surveillance activity & arising disclosure inadequacies.
R v JH Isleworth Crown Court 2019 – Junior alone for the Crown in a case involving two counts of s.18 GBH with intent, and one count of aggravated burglary. The defendant was one of four masked men who burst into a property in north London and stabbed a middle-aged female eight times and her partner twice, whilst demanding money from the occupants.
R v PK, JK, BP, LS, TT, PZ & DJ Kingston Crown Court 2019 – Led Junior for the Crown in the prosecution of seven members of the Hell’s Angels and Red Devils motorcycle clubs based in Slough. The investigation, codenamed ‘Operation Creak’ concerned a planned attack on a rival motorcycle club in Surrey, which was demonstrated through evidence involving cell site (RF) data, DNA, blood spatter, co-location, ANPR, phone contact, social media and internet searches. The Hell’s Angels and Red Devils ‘prospect’ members travelled from Slough to Surrey armed with weapons, nitrile gloves and masks. Seven victims belonging to the rival motorcycle club were set upon by 13 masked men, stabbed multiple times and left with life threatening injuries. All defendants were convicted after an 8-week trial.