I started my career at Watson Woodhouse back in 1995 as a junior secretary in the crime department. After a number of years working solely in the criminal setting I became a legal clerk working in our Prison Law department. This involved me travelling to prisons across the country assisting inmates in securing transfers, representing them before District Judges in adjudications and helping them apply for parole before the Parole Board.
In 2007 I embarked on the Police Station Accreditation Course, which enabled me to qualify as a Police Station Representative, and I took my first steps inside the custody areas of the police stations and I haven’t looked back.
I really enjoy helping and assisting clients who have been arrested and I have dealt with hundreds of cases ranging from shop thefts and assaults, to the more serious offences including rape and murder.
I love what I do and this shows in my dedication to my clients in ensuring the best possible outcomes for them.