Criminal Barrister Prosecutes Anne Lakey, Sentenced to Eight Years
Trinity Criminal barrister, Caroline Goodwin, successfully prosecuted Anne Lakey, head-teacher accused of having underage sex with two teenage boys in the 1980s.
At the Trial at Teesside Crown Court Anne Lakey was found guilty by the Jury of thirteen counts of indecent assault on a boy of thirteen or fourteen and another boy aged fifteen over a three-year period.
Judge Howard Crowson sentenced Anne Lakey to eight years imprisonment.
Caroline Goodwin, a Crown Court Recorder and Grade 4 Prosecutor, is a member of Trinity's Criminal, Licensing and Regulatory practice groups. Caroline is recognised in the latest edition of Legal 500 "She adopts a rigorous approach to case preparation."