Instructed as junior alone in a range of cases involving allegations of serious violence, including conspiracy to commit GBH, violent disorder, false imprisonment, child cruelty and robbery.
Featured Violence cases
R v K (Kingston Crown Court)
acquitted of robbery and assault.
R v R (Warwick Crown Court)
Cruelty to a person under 16 years.
R v W (Birmingham Crown Court)
teenager with Autism Spectrum Disorder acquitted of s.18 having accepted that he stabbed a vulnerable man three times.
R v F (Birmingham Crown Court)
multi-handed trial involving possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life, affray, and having an offensive weapon.
R v T (Chelmsford Crown Court)
acquittal of a man charged with controlling and coercive behaviour in an intimate family relationship, and religiously aggravated assault by beating.
R v Y (Bournemouth Crown Court)
acquittal of 21-year-old man alleged to have travelled from London to Bournemouth to supply drugs. The Crown said that he had done so not through compulsion but through choice, despite the conclusive grounds stating that the man had been a victim of modern slavery.
R v R (Luton Crown Court)
acquitted of causing death by dangerous driving of two individuals travelling on a horse and trap on a dual carriageway.