R v MC – Prosecuting the sexual abuse of the defendant who sexually assaulted two of his biological daughters when they were approximately aged 10 and also his second cousin when she was aged 17. After a 10 day trial, it resulted in a conviction and a sentence of 18 years.
R v H – Represented a defendant who was a Foster parent accused of raping one of his foster children. It involved lengthy and complicated cross-examination of young and vulnerable witnesses. The case involved a detailed analysis of social service, school and medical records relating to the girls in question. The defendant was acquitted after trial.
R v A – Case attracted national media interest. The defendant was accused of neglect of her six children. She had been disciplining them with the use of a BB gun. She used to chastise the children when they failed to do as instructed by firing the gun at them and wounding them. Following lengthy discussions with the prosecution and close analysis of the evidence, the defendant pleaded guilty. I was able to mitigate in such a way as to ensure that she did not go to prison. Her co-defendant got an immediate term of imprisonment.
R v R – Defendant is alleged to have raped his biological daughter from the age of 4 to 14 years old.
R v M – One of the first criminal cases regarding the use of “Special Counsel” concerning PII matters against the background of police corruption.
R v R – The first Murder trial outside London dealing with the Anonymity of Witnesses.