Harry accepts instructions for both Prosecution and Defence and regularly appears as an advocate in both the Magistrates and Crown Court. He accepts instructions across all areas of crime.
He is a Grade 2 Prosecutor.
Notable Crime cases
R v L
Successfully Prosecuted a Defendant for Sexual Offences against 2, teenage females, one of whom was his half-sister.
R v Gibson
Prosecuted a defendant involved in a drugs conspiracy having been extradited from Germany. After the defendant was sentenced for the drugs matters he faced in Lincoln he was prosecuted for his role in gang robbery. The offence was an orchestrated attack when this defendant was alleged to have taken the victim to the scene. Evidence focussed upon telephone links, ANPR hits for the vehicles in question and CCTV footage.
R v S
Successfully overturned the conviction of a Defendant charged with being the Owner of a Dog Dangerously out of control. The sentence was quashed and the Dog in question was released having been set for destruction if the conviction was upheld.
R v W
Representing a Defendant charged with Dangerous Driving. Prior to trial successfully argued a disclosure issue which led to the release of video evidence which led to the case being dropped.
R v W
Represented a Defendant charged with multiple offences of Making and Distributing Sexual Images of Children. Through use of medical evidence and personal mitigation the Defendant did not receive custody.
R v R
Secured the conviction of a Defendant charged with Driving without Due Care and Driving Whilst Over the Prescribed Limit of alcohol following an accident in which two passengers were injured; one passenger sustained a life changing brain injury. Conviction was secured in the absence of eyewitness evidence and with back calculation evidence about the Defendant’s blood alcohol level.
R v N
Defendant being sentenced for his 8th breach of a sexual harm prevention order. Successfully argued that the Defendant’s mental health and personal circumstances were sufficiently changed to allow the Defendant a further opportunity. The Defendant received a suspended sentence.
R v D
Representing a member of the Navy at Court Martial. Following service of an application to dismiss the Crown offered no evidence on Driving whilst over the Prescribed limit.