Casey commenced her career specialising in criminal defence in 2011. She has worked across the full range of serious and high profile cases and has earned a noteworthy reputation for exceptional client care.
Tenacious, empathetic and passionate, she understands the stress a police investigation or criminal prosecution can bring and guides clients through the difficult process with clarity and care.
Casey is duty accredited, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives and has rights of audience in the Magistrates’ Court.
Casey has a particular interest in representing vulnerable or marginalised people and regularly acts on behalf of children and young adults.
Casey also works alongside Yaqub Hussain managing cases that involve serious and intricate business crime and fraud allegations.
R v C (Birmingham Crown Court) recently instructed to represent the lead defendant in massive tobacco fraud this case is being privately prosecuted by a major Chinese tobacco firm, the trial is listed for 6 weeks in 2020.
R v H and Others (Southwark Crown Court) recently instructed in large timeshare fund, multiple jurisdictions, this case to be prosecuted by 3 separate prosecution agencies. recently instructed (ongoing)
R v M (Stafford Crown Court) representing the lead defendant in one of the largest modern-day slavery cases in the UK. Trial listed June 2020 for 8-12 weeks
R v AS and R v ZH- Multi-defendant trials. Large-scale commercial burglaries and robberies across phone stores in London. Gang-related.
R v AU – Multi-defendant trial; covert operation; possession with intent to supply drugs. Gang-related.
R v RH – Possession of a firearm; acquittal.
R v JK- Attempted murder; multiple stabbings, vulnerable defendant; mental health.
R v JR – Arson with intent; mental health; no evidence offered.
R v SG – Section 18 wounding; plea accepted to Section 20.
R v HB – Distribution of indecent images; plea agreed on the basis of no sexual motivation; SHPO not imposed; non-custodial sentence.
R v JJ – Attempted murder; domestic; vulnerable defendant; mental health; insanity defence.
R v AS – Assault on police and large scale public order; acquittal.