R v P (Bradford Crown Court)
Instructed in this perverting the course of justice case. Prosecution alleged that the defendant used a laser jamming device on two separate occasions in two different vehicles - thereby preventing speed checks to be made. Found not guilty of both counts on the indictment after a three day trial.
R v L (Staines Magistrates' Court)
Instructed in this speeding case. At trial before a district judge, the prosecution were put to proof that proceedings were instituted properly by Thames Valley police using the Single Justice Procedure. Prosecutor offered no evidence at half-time and the case was dismissed.
R v F (Leamington Spa Magistrates' Court)
Instructed in this speeding and careless driving case. At trial, a police officer testified that the defendant drove his Porsche 911 at 130 mph, drove erratically, tailgated and undertook a vehicle. Case dismissed following a submission of no case to answer.
R v A (Southend Magistrates' Court)
Instructed in this case involving seven speeding offences committed within a 29 day period. Six matters were before the court. Licence endorsed with 18 penalty points (21 points in total). Client not disqualified from driving.
R v G (Sheffield Crown Court)
Instructed in this appeal against sentence case. Client previously disqualified pursuant to the 'totting up' provisions. Appeal allowed as 'exceptional hardship' was found.
R v W (Brighton Magistrates' Court)
Instructed in this careless driving case. Client accused of accelerating hard out of a junction and 'veering' into the path of an oncoming car. Case reported in the national press. Case discontinued prior to trial.
R v D (Chester Crown Court)
Instructed in this appeal against conviction case. Client previously represented himself and had been found guilty of failing to give driver details. Appeal allowed.
R v Backhouse & others (York Crown Court & Court of Appeal) 2010 EWCA 1111
Instructed by all four defendants in a three-week trial at York Crown Court. All defendants were found 'not guilty' of causing death by dangerous driving and the alternative dangerous driving charge, but convicted of a separate dangerous driving count. Appeared for all four appellants at the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) in the subsequent appeals against sentence. This case is a leading authority on the "purposes of disqualification."