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- Criminal Bar Association
- Northern Circuit
Alison practises all areas of criminal law. She is a grade 3 Prosecutor on the CPS panel.
RSPCA Prosecutions: Animal welfare officers called to appalling scenes at Cumbrian farm: Robert Park and Linda Foulder Park prosecuted for trading standards (farm animals) and RSPCA (domestic animals including numerous types of animal) neglect including starvation/loss of water/death. Expert evidence reviewed and presented.
R v Tajamul Khan et al, Manchester Crown Court, June 2015: Represented defendant in multi-handed fire regulations sentence billed as a ‘landmark’ fire service case.
R v Swift, Chester Crown Court, May 2015: Defended historic allegation of rape and sexual assaults where the defendant was the step brother of complainant who was 10 years his junior.
Successfully defended a number of privately paid motoring cases throughout England and Wales.
R v MacFarlane at Mold Crown Court: defending allegations of incest.
R v Scott at Carlisle Crown Court: defending a multi-handed (36 defendants) Cash for crash fraud trial.
R v Archbold, Preston Crown Court, May 2013: Led junior defending a client acquitted of murder and convicted of diminished responsibility manslaughter.
R v Townsley, Carlisle Crown Court, November 2012: Serious, and historic sexual offences: Trial of client accused of familial rape.
R v Duncan et al, Carlisle Crown Court, July 2013: Guilty plea and sentence to offence of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice following the death of a man from an accidental heroin overdose.
R v Ray, Carlisle Crown Court, March 2013: Arson: Mentally disordered client who set alight to her property in a suicide bid.
R v MacDonald et al, Carlisle Crown Court, February 2014: Multi-handed class A drugs conspiracy.
R v Hyde et al, Carlisle Crown Court, October 2012: Drugs conspiracy: Client acquitted upon half time submissions having been accused of orchestrating an internet business selling mephedrone and associated drugs.
R v Brown et al, Carlisle Crown Court, October 2014: Child neglect.
R v Watson et al, Carlisle Crown Court, November 2013: Tachograph offences and private driving offences.
R v Park et al, Carlisle Magistrate’s Court, November 2012: RSPCA and Trading Standards Successfully prosecuted two defendants who neglected and ill treated farm and domestic animals.
R v Mean, Carlisle Crown Court, August 2013: DWP benefit fraud.
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