R v BM – January 2022 – Snaresbrook Crown Court

Allegations of conspiring to possess a firearm and ammunition.

The case involved complex legal argument on the admissibility of gang evidence (which included drill music). The Crown submitted that the evidence provided important context and served to rebut the defence of innocent association with the co-defendant, who was found in possession of a loaded semi-automatic weapon. The client was acquitted.

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R v MC – December 2022 – Wood Green Crown Court

The client was accused of being in possession of an offensive weapon
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R v AM – Woolwich CC – November 2023

Vulnerable client charged with allowing a child to suffer serious physical harm
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R v Youth Defendant – October 2022 – Bromley Youth Court

Client was sentenced for an offence of attempted section 18 Grievous Bodily Harm and possession of a bladed article.
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R v JB  – September 2022 – Bromley Magistrates Court

The client was charged with being in possession of offensive weapons in a private place.
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Youth Defendant – Pre Charge Work – July 2022

Lengthy representations pre-charge resulting in an 11 year old youth being diverted away from the Youth Justice System.
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R v SS – January 2022 – Inner London Crown Court

Client was charged with Section 18 GBH and possession of knife.
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