Fallon Alexis: newsKidnapping Acquittal
QEB Hollis Whiteman member Fallon Alexis defended one of five defendants in a trial at Blackfriars Crown Court. Fallon's client was charged with kidnapping, false imprisonment, blackmail and s.18 GBH. During the course of the trial, Fallon cross-examined a 14 year old witness. The jury unanimously acquitted Fallon's client following a three week trial.
R v Pisaru & Others (2016)
Paddington prostitution gang
This case is said to be the first successful victimless prosecution under the Modern Slavery Act 2015. Fallon dealt with the complex sentencing exercise which involved the imposition of Sexual Trafficking Prevention Orders and confiscation proceedings have been commenced as a result of the convictions pursuant to the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.
R v. MA (Feb 2016)
Fallon assisted in the successful defence of a 21 year old woman who was charged with murder.
R v Cuffy (2016)
Successfully defended Nathan Cuffy against conspiracy to murder and preparation of acts of terrorism
R v. JC (Feb 2015)
Fallon, lead by Timothy Roberts QC, successfully defended of a youth charged with murder.
GDC -v- Kibria (2014)
Fallon Alexis represents General Dental Council in prosecution of unqualified tooth whitener
Rebekah Brooks (2014)
Fallon Alexis represented Rebekah Brooks as second junior counsel in the phone-hacking trial.
R v Motin (2013)
Successful Prosecution of an acid attack
Ticket Sales - London 2012 Olympic Games (2012)
Advice to the Office of Fair Trading and assistance to the Metropolitan Police and the Serious Organised Crime Agency
R v McNaught (2012)
Prosecution of a former Police Community Support Officer
R v K (2011)
14 year old schoolboy acquitted of sexual assault
R v S (2011)
Successful appeal against conviction and sentence
R v Mahoney (2010)
Man acquitted of assaulting a Police officer
R v Gritton (2010)
Successful abuse of process argument
R v Cook (2010)
Breach of ASBO
"Florida Crime: Facing the music"
Fallon received a scholarship in August 2014 from the South Eastern Circuit to attend an advocacy course in Florida. Here is 11.11.2014