R v R: Attempt Murder – Representing Police Officer accused of attempted murder.
R v K: Gross Negligence Manslaughter – defending cardio-thoracic surgeon following a death during hospital procedure, procedural and professional conduct failures and anaesthetic toxicity.
R v J: Murder – Mental Health, Diminished Responsibility, decapitation.
R v L: Murder (second) – Multiple Murders, Psychopathy.
R v Q: Murder – Assassination by shooting, Joint Enterprise, Manslaughter.
R v S: Murder (gang) – Stabbing, Joint Enterprise, Manslaughter.
R v E: Murder – Stabbing, Joint Enterprise (acquitted).
R v G: Murder /Attempt Murder – Knife attack in city centre nightclub.
R v N: Murder – Stabbing, Joint Enterprise, Manslaughter.
R v A: Attempt Murder (multiple) – Triple gangland shooting.
R v W: Conspiracy to Murder – Gangland shooting.
R v S: Conspiracy – Gangland doorstep shootings.
R v M: Murder – Joint Enterprise, Drowning, Manslaughter.
R v S: Murder & Firearms – Joint Enterprise (acquitted).
R v F: Murder – Killing of parent, alcoholism.
R v S: Kidnapping – OCG Kidnapping and torture.
R v G: Prison Mutiny.
R v D, JW: Conspiracy (drugs) – Class A Importation 575kg (£60m) (pr).
R v D: Conspiracy (drugs) – Class A £1m EncroPhone (OpVenetic) (pr).
R v D-C: Conspiracy (drugs) – UK’s largest online drug dealing operation.
R v: Conspiracy (drugs) – Class B importation (100kg).
R v K: Class A Drugs – £1.4m amphetamine seizure from International Organised Gang Leader.
Death / Serious Injury by Driving
R v M: Police officer speeding fatal collision with pedestrian.
R v S: Mobility adapted vehicle fatal collision with motorcycle in chicane.
R v J: Fatal collision at obscured junction.
R v L: Fatal Collison with motorcyclist at staggered crossroads.
R v S: Fatal collision with cyclist in poor weather conditions.
R v A: Speeding through junction fatal collision with pedestrian crossing.
R v C: Fatal collision during alleged racing on road.
R v S: Fatal collision due to peed / loss of control over humped bridge.
R v L: Fatal accident due to loss of control / defective tyres / inexperience.
R v J: Fatal collision in car park / fitness to stand trial / Alzheimer’s).
R v P: Fatal collision with cyclist / undiagnosed neurological deterioration.
R v B: Collision at School Crossing (multiple injury / Coughing fit / Syncope).
R v S: Collision with motorcyclist (sleep apnoea / medical conditions).
R v E: Fatal collision with pedestrian / causation / unlit road.
R v R: Fatal collision due to speed / drag racing high powered vehicle.
R v C: Death by Careless (multiple fatality / speed / inattention/ unlit road).
R v DS: Fatal HGV collision on motorway multiple fatalities.
R v M: Fatal HGV collision HGV driver / sneezing / involuntary distraction.
R v L: Fatal HGV collision on slip road of motorway.
R v H: Fatal HGV collision with pedestrian during left turn.
R v W: Fatal HGV collision with Pedestrian during right turn.
R v P: Death by Careless (collision with pedestrian at crossing).
R v C: Fatal HGV collision with motorcycle while crossing dual carriageway.
R v R: Fatal HGV collision with motorcycle while reversing.
R V H: Bus Driver falling asleep.
R v C: Multiple fatality collision / physically disabled driver.
R v M: Multiple fatal collisions within months.