Andrew has particular specialism in serious sexual offences, acting for both the prosecution and the defence. He is often given the most challenging and complex cases and Defendants to represent. He is a very good communicator with Defendants, known for his pragmatic and genuine approach. He is a Grade 4 Prosecutor.
Alongside his work in serious sexual offences, Andrew often undertakes a range of the most serious types of criminal case. He has been led in murder cases and has acted as a leading junior on occasions. He also commonly undertakes cases involving armed robbery, drugs conspiracy, and wounding/GBH with intent.
Andrew has presented lectures for Chambers, including on the subject of abuse of process cases.
R v A, 2023
Prosecuted a man who was jailed for 21 years for raping a woman in a random attack. Covered on the BBC, ITV, the Sheffield Star and Yorkshire Live.
R v M, 2022
Prosecuted a Defendant charged with aggravated burglary which resulted in two victims receiving serious injuries. The case was covered by the Sheffield Star, BBC News and Yorkshire Post.
R v W, 2014
Represented the first Defendant as a leading junior in a nine-week, eight Defendant red diesel fraud where the loss to the revenue was said to be many millions of pounds. The case also involved a further conspiracy concerning multiple fake companies. This was a complex case with more than 10,000 pages of served evidence.
R v S, 2014
Defendant and son had committed serious sexual offences including rape over many years upon their daughter and sister respectively.
R v W, 2013
Defendant charged with Manslaughter. Leading junior in a case involving a fight between two young men where the deceased was allegedly struck to the head with a knuckleduster.
R v D & W, 2013
Prosecuted two Defendants in a serious example of wounding with intent where a vulnerable victim was set upon by two of her acquaintances in the flat of one of them using weapons and over a prolonged period.
R v G, R v P: 2012
Led junior in two Murder cases that year. The first involved a multiple defendant Murder involving the killing of one of the dealers of a drugs gang by the gang members. His dismembered body parts were recovered in numerous different waterways across Lincolnshire. The second matter involved representing a young man with learning difficulties alleged to have committed murder and then sought to destroy the evidence by setting fire to the house containing the deceased. The defendant was acquitted.