Toby Roseman secures acquittal following a successful submission of no case to answer.
Following a three day trial, the defendant was acquitted of being concerned in the supply of class A and B drugs, including a kilogram of ketamine, and the possession of £5,500 worth of criminal property.
Toby Roseman successfully argued that the defendant’s bad character should not go into evidence and successfully argued to exclude crucial parts of the Crown’s case.
Following this, Toby Roseman successfully made a submission of no case to answer following the conclusion of the Crown’s case. He argued that the inferences that the Crown was inviting the jury to draw could not reasonably be made. The Judge allowed the application, and the defendant was acquitted on all of the counts on the indictment.
Toby Roseman was instructed by Maurice Andrews Solicitors.
Related barristers: Toby Roseman
Related practice areas: Crime