R v X - Defence of a Naval Officer of good character. He was accused of multiple sexual offences against his best friend’s daughters. The case involved sensitive cross-examination of the girls who were 6 and 8 years old at the time of trial.
R v X - Defence of a young man accused of Death by Dangerous Driving. The Crown alleged that X had engaged in a high-speed race on public roads that resulted in a catastrophic collision in which the driver was killed instantly.
R v X - Defence of a young man charged with multiple counts of vaginal, anal and oral rape against his ex-partner. It was then alleged that he forced his way into her home and subjected her to a 16-hour ordeal of serious sexual and physical violence. The case required a determined approach that enabled the defence to prove a pattern of deceit and a history of making false allegations
R v X - Defence of a man charged with firearms offences and aggravated burglary. He was alleged to have burst into the complainant’s home and threatened to shoot him. He put a pair of pliers in the complainant’s mouth; threatening to rip his tongue out if he did tell him where the safe and the drugs were. He refused to tell them so a large kitchen knife was held to his throat and the co-defendant fired the gun to intimidate him.
R v X - Defence of a man accused of multiple counts of sadistic historical rape, sexual assault and intercourse with a girl under 13 against three complainants.
R v CF & Others - Prosecution of nine people charged with an exceptionally serious violent disorder, during the course of which knives, baseball bats and bottles were used.
R v X (Operation Dino) - Defence of a man at trial indicted with conspiracy to commit fraud. He, along with 10 others, was at the centre of a conspiracy to defraud insurance companies by making false claims. The total value amounted to £7 million.