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R v A  Cardiff Crown Court
Currently instructed in a large scale EncroChat drugs conspiracy, led by senior counsel to represent the first Defendant on the indictment.
R v L  Wood Green Crown Court
Currently instructed as a led junior in a multi-kilo Class A drugs conspiracy case.
R v K [2022 – 2023] Snaresbrook Crown Court
Currently instructed in a multi-handed human trafficking case, led by King’s Counsel to represent the first Defendant on the indictment.
R v P  Portsmouth Crown Court
Anisha secured an acquittal for a client facing the mandatory minimum in a third strike dwelling burglary. The prosecution advanced the case on the doctrine of recent possession as her client was found to be in possession of the stolen goods just over an hour of the items being burgled. Anisha put forward that her client had not been involved in the burglary and rather, had been given the stolen goods by a third party.
R v S  Inner London Crown Court
Represented client charged with possession with intent to supply class A drugs in a Newton Hearing. Anisha advanced the case that her client was in possession of cocaine as a result of pooling his money together with his friends in order to buy in bulk. The learned judge found in favour of Anisha’s client and sentenced him on the basis that he fell into category 4, lesser role on the sentencing guidelines.
R v K (2022) Staines Youth Court
Successfully secured acquittal on all counts for her 17-year-old client facing charges of assault by penetration and two counts of sexual assault. The offences were alleged to have taken place on school premises. The client was accused of assaulting the complainant—a fellow pupil at the school—in the corridor before forcibly escalating matters into a cubicle within the girls’ changing rooms.
R v R  Snaresbrook Crown Court
Client successfully acquitted of robbery. Anisha’s client was alleged to have been intoxicated and unruly in a taxi to the point where the taxi driver refused to complete the journey. As a result, the client was alleged to have assaulted the taxi driver and stolen his money. Anisha advanced the defence that the taxi driver was fabricating the robbery.
R v R  Woolwich Crown Court
Successfully represented a young woman charged with multiple substantial money laundering offences arising out of an EncroChat investigation.
R v Y  Norwich Crown Court
Secured a 6 month suspended sentence for a client facing charges of being concerned in the supply of class A drugs.
R v B  Inner London Crown Court
Inner London Crown Court. Secured acquittal for client charged with s.20 GBH, joint enterprise. The client was working as security at a night club where he was caught on CCTV, allegedly participating in a brutal attack against a customer who incurred life changing injuries as a result. Anisha advanced self-defence and a denial of any involvement in the joint-enterprise whether as a principal or accessory.
R v B  Aylesbury Crown Court
Secured acquittal for client charged with assault against an emergency worker by successfully advancing the defence that the client lacked the requisite mens rea, acting on reflex to regain his balance after the complainant officer pushed him.
R v M  Isleworth Crown Court
Prosecuted a sex worker from Brazil who had smuggled 1.2 kilograms of cocaine into Heathrow Airport. Evening Standard and Daily Mail (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9202925/Man-31-caught-Heathrow-2-6lb-cocaine-stomach.html)
R v P  Reading Magistrates Court
Secured a suspended sentence for a defendant charged with stalking involving serious harm and harassment. The client’s offending was said to be prolonged and sustained over a period of time, including following the victim and her child from school to extracurricular activities. Defendant also had a number of convictions for breaching a non-molestation orders that related to two previous relationships.
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