Amy qualified as a solicitor in 2007 and has specialised in criminal defence work ever since. She joined Sonn Macmillan Walker in 2008 and is now a supervisor in the crown court department.
Amy is head of litigation at Sonn Macmillan Walker. She qualified as a solicitor in 2007 and joined the firm a year later. Amy specialises in criminal defence work and is a supervisor in the crown court department.
She is knowledgeable and experienced in defending the full spectrum of criminal offences, and is highly skilled at representing youths and vulnerable individuals suffering from mental health problems.
Thorough and hardworking, Amy is committed to every client and works tirelessly in every case, making extensive defence enquires when necessary.
She is approachable and sensitive to the varied needs of clients.
Areas of Expertise
Serious crown court cases
Large scale conspiracies
Historical sex cases
R v K  – Our client, with others, was accused of taking the complainant from one location where he was stripped, assaulted and held against his will for a number of hours. Our client was acquitted of all charges he faced. Click here to read more.
R v P  – Our client was accused of playing a significant role in a 6-handed conspiracy to supply Class A and Class C drugs. The evidence consisted of surveillance and extensive telephone evidence. Our client was acquitted. Click here to read more.
R v J  – Our client pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply class A drugs and class C drugs. He received a suspended sentence. Click here to read more.
R v HJ  – Our client pleaded guilty to two counts of possession with intent to supply Class A drugs and possession of criminal property on a basis. He received a suspended sentence. Click here to read more.