R v S – Central Criminal Court (Ongoing)
Currently representing a defendant accused of shooting a male in the passenger seat of a car in Hayes, West London, during broad daylight.
Represented a defendant who along with three males ‘hacked to death’ a man in a residential London Street using an array of weapons including long swords, knives, a hammer, and baseball bats. Acquitted of murder.
R v W – Kingston Crown Court (2018)
Represented the ‘leader’ of a large-scale drug enterprise supplying crack cocaine and heroin in West London. Firearms were recovered as part of the Police operation against the ‘gang’ including a machine gun. Police Commissioner Cressida Dick personally attended his home address to arrest him.
R v M – Nottingham Crown Court (2018)
Represented a defendant in a five-handed murder trial involving a revenge killing where the victim was lured to a secluded area by a honeytrap before being chased down and stabbed 18 times. Acquitted of murder.
Represented the ‘gang leader’ in a landmark case involving conspiracy to commit GBH with intent. The conspiracy was largely evidenced through drill music and social media output. Nationally reported due to the defendants being part of popular music group 1011.
R v R – Isleworth Crown Court (2016)
Represented the first of two youths charged with a gang-related murder involving the public stabbing of a 17 year old boy in Acton. The Crown suggested the incident was a planned and pre-meditated attack. Acquitted of murder.