Biography

Jodie Mole is an employed barrister at GT Stewart. She has experience of dealing with a wide range of Crown Court cases and has an excellent record of achieving outstanding results for her clients.

Notable Cases

R v. B & ors (2016) (Maidstone Crown Court): Multi-handed case – racially aggravated harassment and harassment simpliciter.

R v. S & ors (2016) (Basildon Crown Court): Multi-handed case – conspiracy to possess criminal property.

R v. N (2016) (Woolwich Crown Court): Being concerned in the supply of a class B drug.

R .v I & ors (2017) (Woolwich Crown Court): Multi-handed case – conspiracy to commit fraud, conspiracy to possess criminal property, entering into a money laundering arrangement and possession of a false identity document with intent.

R v. L & ors (2017) (Southwark Crown Court): Multi-handed case – perverting the course of justice (L was the sole practitioner of a solicitor’s firm).

R v. T & ors (2017) (Ipswich Crown Court): Multi-handed case – conspiracy to supply a class A drug x 2.

R v. I & or (2017) (Inner London Crown Court): Two defendant case – multiple counts of child cruelty. Led junior.

R v. SM & ors (2018) (Kingston Crown Court): Multi-handed case – conspiracy to steal and possession of criminal property.

R v. W (2018) (Woolwich Crown Court): Wounding with intent (with a lesser alternative on the indictment).

R v. H (2018) (Isleworth Crown Court): Assault occasioning actual bodily harm x 2 (alleged assaults on working prison officers).

R v. A & ors (2018) (Central Criminal Court): Multi-handed case – conspiracy to inflict grevious bodily harm with intent and violent disorder. Led junior.

R v. DC (2018) (Inner London Crown Court): Grevious bodily harm with intent (with lesser alternatives on the indictment).

R v. L & or (2018) (Croydon Crown Court)): Two defendant case – importation of a class A drug, multiple counts of possession of a class A drug with intent, possession of a class B drug with intent and numerous counts of simple possession of controlled drugs.

R v. D (2018) (Woolwich Crown Court): Possession of a bladed article.

R v. L & or (2018) (Woolwich Crown Court): Two defendant case – robbery.

R v. A & ors (2019) (Snaresbrook Crown Court): Multi-handed case – Multiple counts of possession of a class A drug with intent to supply. Led junior.

R v. C & ors (2019) (Maidstone Crown Court): Multi-handed case – affray and battery.

R v. W (2019) (Woolwich Crown Court): Wounding with intent (lesser alternatives on the indictment).

R v. P (2019) (Kingston Crown Court): Possession of a firearm with intent to cause fear of violence and possession of a bladed article x 2.

R v. M & ors (2019) (Woolwich Crown Court): Multi-handed case – Robbery (dwelling) and possession of a bladed article.

R v, C (2019) (Blackfriars Crown Court): Grevious bodily harm with intent.

R v. M & ors (2019) (Isleworth Crown Court): Multi-handed case – conspiracy to commit robbery, possession of an imitation firearm and perverting the course of justice.

R v. U & ors (2020) (Woolwich Crown Court): Multi-handed case – conspiracy to supply a class A drug. Led junior.

R v. N (2020) (Isleworth Crown Court): Murder, wounding with intent. Led junior.

R v. E’A & or (2020) (Inner London Crown Court) – Two defendant case – attempted murder, wounding with intent and possession of offensive weapons.

R v. L (2021) (Inner London Crown Court): Multiple counts of rape of a child under 13 years old, multiple counts of rape, attempted rape and assault of a child under 13 years old by penetration. Led junior.

R v. B (2021) (Colchester Youth Court): Attempted rape of a boy under 13 years old, rape of a boy under 13 years old x 3, sexual assault of a boy under 13 years old x 2.

R v. O (2021) (Woolwich Crown Court): Wounding with intent.

R v. N (2021) (Inner London Crown Court): Being concerned in the supply of a class B drug.

R. v. JF (2021) (Central Criminal Court): Wounding with intent. Led junior.

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