Solicitor and Higher Court Advocate representing clients on serious charges as Crown Court Advocate. I have had significant success in trials involving Duress, Sexual Assault and Rape, Cash in Transit Robberies, Supply of Class A Drugs, and Misconduct in a Public Office.
A number of successful cases at the Court of Appeal including landmark case of R v Glidewell 163 J.P.557 CA cited in Archbold at 24-122a.
I graduated from University College London in 1980 with an LLB, and then attended Lancaster Gate College of Law. I then worked at a number of firms in South London before becoming a partner and specialising in Criminal Litigation. I spent a number of years on the Legal Aid Board Duty Solicitor Committee adjudicating on applications for eligibility as Duty Solicitor. I was one of the first Solicitor Advocates to appear at the Old Bailey and now deal mainly with Crown Court work.