R v Heinbergs [Operation Gatenby] – Led by Wayne Cleaver, prosecution on behalf of East of England CCU, Norwich Crown Court – unprovoked murder.
R v MASON & others [Operation Key] – Led by Wayne Cleaver, secured convictions of all defendants in a four weeks trial at St Albans. The case was the culmination of an under-cover investigation into people trafficking from SE Asia to the UK.
R v H  – (defence): successful defence of a step-father accused of grooming, sexual activity with a child and multiple rape of his step-daughter.
R v E  – (defence): successful defence of a client in his 20’s accused of serially raping and abusing his 3 step-siblings, all under the age of 13.
R v Storey  – (defence: led junior): Murder
R v M  – (defence): successful defence of client charged with the rape of woman met via a dating website. Involved complex medical issues relating to pscychosis, alcoholism and toxicology.
R v Dervish and Kenevan – (prosecution): successful prosecution of 2 defendants who neglected and stole approximately £300,000 from a complainant lacking mental capacity. The case was complicated by the death of the complainant prior to charge.
R v S  – (defence: led junior): successful defence of client charged with conspiracy to rape and associated offences as part of an alleged familial paedophile ring.
R v H  – (defence: led junior) successful defence of a 14 year old boy charged with rape and other offences against multiple complainants in the context of widespread abuse of vulnerable girls.
R v Bromley  Reading Crown Court – (prosecution: led junior) successful prosecution of defendant for rape of a four year old child.
R v Adeniji  Isleworth Crown Court – (defence): conspiracy to import over £100 million of class A drugs over a 3 year period.
R v Whitby  Norwich Crown Court – (Defence: led by Andrew Shaw): Gang-related murder.
R v Chapman  Norwich Crown Court – (Defence) 14-handed conspiracy to supply class A drugs across Norfolk.
R v McFarlane  Central Criminal Court – (Defence: led junior): Murder committed by a defendant with a complex psychiatric history.
R v Doss  Norwich Crown Court – (Defence) Successful defence of a lorry driver charged with conspiracy to import multiple loads of cannabis from Holland. The value of the conspiracy ran to several million pounds and involved hundreds of kilograms of cannabis.
R v Hallett EWHC 488 (Admin) High Court – Queen’s Bench Division: Successful appeal by way of case stated against a drink-driving conviction, clarifying the approach to be taken when determining whether or not a place is “public” for the purposes of the Road Traffic Act.