Arabella MacDonald

News:

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Arabella MacDonald: Notable case

R v E and L (2014)

Arabella represented a woman jointly charged with the robbery of a very vulnerable woman. Her mitigation ensured that she received a sentence that led to her immediate release from custody.

Notable cases:

R v H (2016)
Arabella is currently instructed in on ongoing appeal against the decision of the CICA not to award compensation to a child who was born with Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.

R v H and Others (2016)
Arabella is currently instructed as led junior in a long series of connected trials, involving sex, drug, and trafficking related offences.

R v A and Others (2015)
Arabella, as a led junior, successfully represented a man accused of rape and sexual assault.

R v HD (2015)
Arabella successfully represented a woman charged with perverting the course of justice.

R v T (2015)
Arabella successfully represented a man accused of assaulting his mother, theft, criminal damage, and possession of a bladed article.

R v L and S (2015)
Arabella successfully represented a woman charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm, in a multi-handed case. Despite the fact that her client failed to attend, she successfully opposed the Crown’s hearsay application, leading to the Crown offering no evidence and not-guilty verdicts being entered.

R v M (2015)
Arabella successfully represented a woman charged with breaching her restraining order on a numerous occasion. She did so by successfully appealing the original imposition of the restraining order (out of time).

R v E and L (2014)
Arabella represented a woman jointly charged with the robbery of a very vulnerable woman. Her mitigation ensured that she received a sentence that led to her immediate release from custody.

Articles:

No safe havens? Pt2. Corporate facilitation of tax evasion: the new frontier.
Part 2 of a special two part analysis published by the New Law Journal on 17.11.2017 (www.NewLawJournal)
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No safe havens? Pt1.Corporate facilitation of tax evasion: the new frontier.
Part 1 of a special two part analysis published by the New Law Journal on 10.11.2017 (www.NewLawJournal)
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