Ricky joined MK Law in 2016 after training at a criminal firm in South East London and qualifying in 2001. As a trainee Ricky assisted in the running of 200 live files and his practice began to grow as soon as he qualified. He earned a reputation as an impressive advocate of remands and trials including certificate for counsel matters.
Ricky conducted magistrates’ court trials ranging from road traffic matters to specialist animal cruelty investigations. He built a thriving youth court practice and trials ranged from criminal damage to robbery and sexual offences including rape where jurisdiction had been retained.
Ricky gained duty accreditation in 2003 and his meticulous crown court preparation ensures he is a valued member of the MK Law criminal team.
Ricky also has higher rights of audience and conducts extradition work as well as frequent police station attendances, including working alongside specialist teams from Trident, Saphire, Murder Squad, Flying Squad and the Counter Terrorism Command.
Crown Court cases have included:
R v LA: Conspiracy to Murder Persons Unknown, shooting at the Urban Music Awards, Barbican. Pleas accepted to GBH.
R v OS: Conspiracy to murder, acquitted
R v AV: Sexual assault (historic/family) acquitted
R v RE: Conspiracy to supply drugs, acquitted
Ricky joined MK Law in June 2016 and has a current Crown Court case load that includes:
R v KD: Conspiracy to supply drugs
R v HL: People trafficking
R v GC: Death by dangerous driving
Recent Magistrates Court trials include:
R v NA, Three handed racially aggravated common assault, acquitted
R v RN, Uber driver alleged to have committed sexual assault, acquitted
R v DH, Harassment, acquitted
R v WW, Common assault on staff at a branch of a national chain of restaurants, acquitted
Ricky also has higher rights of audience and conducts extradition work.
Police station attendances have been frequent and continuing from 1999 this includes dealing with specialist teams from Trident, Saphire, Murder Squad, Flying Squad and the Counter Terrorism Command.