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Bathsheba’s current caseload includes instructions to defend in a multi-handed, sophisticated fraud on a well-known supermarket chain and instructions to defend in a multi-handed fraud involving building works. 

Insolvency Act and Companies Act Offences

Bathsheba is regularly instructed to prosecute on behalf of the Department for Business Innovation and skills.  Successful prosecutions include:

R v L, Taunton Crown Court, 2013: Defendant found guilty after trial of hiding assets worth approximately £275,000 following CCJ and prior to bankruptcy. 

R v M and R, Exeter Crown Court, 2013: M convicted of acting as a company director when disqualified and R convicted after trial of aiding and abetting his doing so. 

R v K, Exeter Crown Court, 2011:  Bankrupt defendant convicted after trial of failing to disclose his 16 aliases to the Official Receiver denying creditors. 

Drugs

Operation Ipanema, Truro Crown Court, 2012-2013 (prosecuting; led by Simon Laws QC): The largest operation ever brought by Devon and Cornwall Police against those conspiring to and trafficking drugs into Cornwall, resulting in 26 convictions and substantial confiscation orders. 

R v H, Ipswich Crown Court, 2008 (defending; led by Gregory Perrins): Instructed to defend first defendant in multi-handed conspiracy to supply Class A drugs. 

R v F (Part of Operation Raby), Exeter Crown Court 2013 (defending): Instructed to defend in multi-handed conspiracy to supply Class A drugs and money laundering.  Acquitted. 

Bathsheba’s current caseload includes instructions to defend in an 18 handed conspiracy to supply Class A drugs. 

Rape and Serious Sexual Offences

R v KS, Truro Crown Court, 2014 (defending): Rape trial. Complainant said she was too intoxicated to be able to consent.  Acquitted. 

R v P, Exeter Crown Court, 2014 (defending): Assault by penetration trial.  Acquitted.

R v B, Plymouth Crown Court, 2013 (prosecuting): Instructed to prosecute trial of historic sexual abuse against 2 then pre-teen girls in the 1980s and 1990s.

R v O’L, Exeter Crown Court, 2013 (prosecuting): Successfully prosecuted at trial male accused of sexually assaulting lone female on street late at night. 

Bathsheba’s current caseload includes instructions to prosecute a defendant alleged to have sexually assaulted a stranger in a park and instructions to prosecute a defendant alleged to have abducted and sexually assaulted a 14 year old girl with learning difficulties.

Other

R v Taylor, Court of Appeal (Criminal Division), 2013 (prosecuting): Court adopted Bathsheba's submissions on the law in appeal against sentence. 

R v Trant, Court of Appeal (Criminal Division), 2013 (defending): Appeal against sentence. 

R v Grande Vargas, Court of Appeal (Criminal Division), 2011 (defending):  Successfully appealed against sentence. 

R v R, Bath Magistrates’ Court, 2014 (defending): An example of a public access instruction.  Successful exceptional hardship application made meaning a speeding “totter” on 12 points retained her driving licence.     

R v McC, Bodmin Magistrates Court, 2012 (defending): Instructed to defend in a RSPCA prosecution trial involving cruelty to a large number of Dartmoor ponies.

 

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