He has particular expertise in cases of ‘white collar’ fraud, voice identification (R v Hersey) and jurisdiction (R v Manning).
In 2007 he appeared in the case of R v Rogers in the House of Lords (Racially aggravated crime) and successfully resisted a prosecution terminating appeal in the Court of Appeal (R v L).
In 2011 he was engaged in a highly publicised murder trial and subsequent (successful) appeal in the Cayman Islands – see links below for press reports.
R v Hunt, Exeter Crown Court: Successful defence of man charged with “baby shaking” murder.
R v Harold, Truro Crown Court: Successful defence of a nightclub doorman charged with murder.
2. Daily Mail
R v M, Cambridge Crown Court. Successful defence of teenage defendant charged with murder. Leading Claire Matthews
R v Moynihan, Winchester Crown Court. Teenage defendant charged with murder, leading Robert Bryan.