Avoided a conviction of the s. Michael Stimson Successfully prosecuted a fisherman on behalf of the MCA for harvesting shellfish from a prohibited area of Southampton Waters contrary to Regulation 19 1 of the Food Safety and Hygiene England Regulations , failing to display navigation lights at night pursuant to the rule 23 of the COLREGs, displaying the Port of Registry and Fishing Numbers on his vessel despite his vessel being unregistered for a period of 2 years, contrary to s.
Geradus Chapel Instructed to advise the Master of a dredger for offences under the Merchant Shipping Act following a collision that led to a fatality. The Beauchamp Lodge Settlement Prosecuted on behalf of the MCA a charity company which had failed to operate a passenger vessel with a valid passenger certificate as required under The Merchant Shipping Survey and Certification Regulations Captain Koningstein Represented the Master of a vessel who was involved in a collision with another vessel on the Thames Barrier for offences contrary to The Merchant Shipping Distress Signals and Prevention of Collisions Regulations KC Represented a social worker for receiving a caution for disclosing sexual photographs of his ex partner.
AP Represented an optician for over 50 misconduct allegations relating to the adequate sight testing, the fitting of contact lenses, record keeping and dishonesty.
JN Instructed to advise a registrant on an appeal to the High Court relating to a Substantive Order determination on dishonesty. PN Represented the NMC at a misconduct substantive hearing in which the registrant was undertaking shift work when signed off sick and working excessive hours, including a continuous 37 hour shift.
IK Instructed to represent a dental technician for acting outside his scope of practice.
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KA-A Successfully represented the NMC for a 9 day substantive misconduct hearing against two nurses for restraining a vulnerable dementia patient to a hospital bed with a bedsheet and cable ties. X Represented the GCC for a substantive order review hearing of a Chiropractor who had been convicted of acts of voyeurism.
AP Appeared on behalf of an optician who despite having failed to complete his pre-registration. Secondments Sunyana has undertaken the following secondments in the field of healthcare regulation: Ad Hoc secondment with the GCC to advise on cases Six month secondment as a case presenter to the NMC dealing with a variety of misconduct and lack of competence cases NMC, She is well equipped to deal with a full range of inquest work as noted by her expertise in medical healthcare, maritime law and health and safety work.
She provides added value to the area as a result of her previous practice area of personal injury in which she conducted clinical negligence claims, work related illnesses and accidents and police misconduct claims.
Inquest touching the death of BI Instructed to represent a dredger Company following a collision with a sailing boat leading to a death at sea. Inquest touching the death of NW Instructed by HM Coastguard Service following a death at sea in which article 2 issues were raised.
Inquest touching the death of RS Inquest touching the death of EG Represented the family of the deceased in an inquest which challenged the clinical care and treatment provided by the NHS Trust. Crime Add this expertise to your shortlist Throughout her career at the Bar Sunyana has been instructed on a broad range of criminal work including murders, large cases involving conspiracy to supply drugs, sex offences including indecent images of a child and fraud as well as death by dangerous driving and causing death by an uninsured driver.
She has also represented a number of government agencies, undertaking work for Local Authorities, Revenue and Customs, the Maritime and Coastguard Agency and the National Probation Service. Sunyana has also appeared in the Court of Appeal on a number of occasions and has also assisted in advising on Appeals to the Privy Council from the Court of Appeal in Jamaica.
Recent cases R v. SB Represented a well known fashion designer for the keeping for sale and the displaying of a number of endangered species contrary to regulation 8 1 of The Control of Trade in Endangered Species Enforcement Regulations Following a successful s. Shiraz Hussain  Successfully represented the Crown for an offence contrary to article and article 8 of the Air Navigation Order and section 60 of the Civil Aviation Act which related to the Defendant shining a laser pen at a police helicopter.
Lisa Heffernan  Represented the Crown in a successful prosecution of assisting an offender under s.
MG  Successfully represented a member of police staff for a number of breaches under the Data Protection Act Avoided a football banning order. Santosh Gurung  Instructed by the Defendant on a s. R v Watkins  EWCA Crim Successfully appealed the sentence of the Defendant from an imprisonment for public protection to an extended sentence in the Court of Appeal for possession of over 20, indecent images and the making of indecent images of a child.
Parker QC for the Crown in a nine-handed conspiracy to supply drugs, manslaughter, s.
R v Ocran  EWCA Crim Represented the Appellant in the Court of Appeal for an appeal against sentence on whether exceptional circumstances to disapply the mandatory minimum sentence of five years for the possession of firearms.
R v Passoni  EWCA Crim Appeared for the Appellant in an appeal against sentence in the Court of Appeal for burglary and assault occasioning actual bodily harm on an elderly victim.
Recommendations 'She understands both sides of nursing and midwifery cases.
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