R v Das – fraud trial listed for 8 days, defendant was employed by a school and was accused of stealing the dinner money by carrying out false accounting to cover his thefts. Combed through thousands of pages of printed material to find computer which showed the fraud occurring when the defendant was off work. successful half time submission.
R v Byfield – defended a 5 day section 18 trial. Defendant was acquitted of section 18, acquitted of an offensive weapon offence and convicted of section 20.
R v R – Successfully defended an appeal against conviction in relation to a serious sexual assault.
R v Mahmood – successfully prosecuted a shopkeeper charged with selling counterfeit cigarettes, supplying cannabis and handling stolen goods. Prosecuted the contested Confiscation proceedings.
R v O’Brien – successfully defended a burglary trial in which the defendant was identified round the corner from the property.
R v S – defended a youth who charged with being the leader of a prison riot. Agreed a plea to a violent disorder resulting in a 9 month sentence.
R v Taylor – successfully defended a trial regarding dangerous driving, with three eye witnesses who gave evidence for the prosecution.
R v Hussain – successfully made a half-time submission in a case of Affray which resulted in acquittals for all three defendants.
R v H – successfully defended a section 47 assault trial involving identification
R v White – defendant charged with aggravated burglary, negotiated a plea to simple burglary and possession of a bladed article. The defendant received a suspended sentence.
R v White – argued for identification evidence to be excluded. The crown offered no evidence.
R v Youssef – successfully prosecuted a shopkeeper charged with fraudulently evading duty.
R v A – instructed to defend a youth charged with section 18 and robbery. Persuaded crown to offer no evidence, relying on joint enterprise principles.