Claire Robinson represents doctor accused of voyeurism before the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service
Claire Robinson represents doctor accused of voyeurism before the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service

Claire Robinson, instructed by Elizabeth Wheeler of DAC Beachcroft LLP, represented a doctor in a six day hearing before the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS). The case brought by the General Medical Council (GMC) alleged sexual misconduct. The doctor was accused of using his mobile phone in the hospital toilets, to view the person in the next cubical.

Roddy James represents director of company providing 'parking services' at Gatwick
Roddy James represents director of company providing 'parking services' at Gatwick

Roddy James, instructed by Advice Wise Solicitors, represented the director of a company providing meet and greet parking services at Gatwick airport.

Prosecuted by Trading Standards, the defendant was originally charged with fraudulent trading but admitted a single regulatory offence and was sentenced on the basis that she was put in place as a director by others, enabling them to defraud customers without proper oversight.

Julia Flanagan secured the acquittal of her client charged with causing or allowing serious physical harm to a child
Julia Flanagan secured the acquittal of her client charged with causing or allowing serious physical harm to a child

Julia Flanagan, instructed by Simon Jowett of Gordon Shine Solicitors, secured the acquittal of her client, charged with causing or allowing serious physical harm to a child, following a two-week trial at Croydon Crown Court. Mr F was accused of having caused his baby son to suffer a cocaine overdose and serious injury, by hiding the drugs in his cot.

Jason Cross and Tasmin Malcolm, instructed by ADH Solicitors, secure acquittal in duty evasion trial
Jason Cross and Tasmin Malcolm, instructed by ADH Solicitors, secure acquittal in duty evasion trial

Jason Cross leading Tasmin Malcolm, and instructed by Toper Hassan of ADH Solicitors, secured the acquittal of their Defendant at the end of a seven-week trial at Wood Green Crown Court.

The prosecution by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs alleged that the Defendants had fraudulently evaded the excise duty due on alcohol, and in respect of the co-Defendants also due on cigarettes.