Natasha joined Lloyds PR Solicitors as a caseworker in June 2011, she completed her training with the firm and is now employed solicitor. She ensures the efficient running of the firm’s Magistrates Court Department. Natasha has experience in dealing with a range of offences including thefts, assaults, public order offences and driving matters.

Natasha has successfully appealed against sentences and convictions from the magistrates’ court to the Crown Court. She also prepares Crown Court cases for trial and has experience with a range of serious offences such as supplying drugs, robbery, burglary, sexual offences and serious assaults.

Natasha is a qualified solicitor and attends the magistrates’ court and police stations on a daily basis.

Natasha is a fluent speaker of Gujarati and Hindi.




  • R v P, Isleworth Crown Court

Possession of a fake passport with the intention of using it

  • R v A, Harrow Crown Court

Possession of a fake driving licence with the intention of using it



  • R v J, St Albans Crown Court

Client alleged to have murdered his father and buried him in his garden



  • Operation Zeus, Isleworth Crown Court

Large scale operation in the London Borough of Hillingdon where the defendants were alleged to supply class A drugs to undercover police officers

  • R v M, Southwark Crown Court

Possession of class A drugs with the intention of supplying

  • R v W, St Albans Crown Court

Possession of class B drugs with the intention of supplying

  • R v H, Croydon Crown Court

Cultivation of 300-400 cannabis plants



  • R v M, Southwark Crown Court

Client involved in a robbery and multiple pick pocketing offences

  • R v N, Cambridge Crown Court

Youth involved in three knife point robberies with another



  • R v G, Snaresbrook Crown Court

Client involved in multiple pick pocketing offences



  • Operation Gesticulate, Kingston Crown Court

Assisted in preparation of the case involving large scale operation of facilitating entry in to the UK

  • R v C, Isleworth Crown Court

Facilitation of multiple people in the UK by providing use of British passports



  • R v A, Willesden Youth Court

Youth alleged to have assaulted a police officer

  • R v S, Willesden Magistrates’ Court

Allegation of domestic assault on wife

  • R v S, Willesden Magistrates’ Court

Driving under the influence of alcohol

  • R v J and N, Hammersmith Magistrates’ Court

Alleged to have changed price tags to buy clothing for a cheaper price

  • R v A, Hammersmith Youth Court

Multiple robberies involving a youth

  • R v T, Willesden Magistrates’ Court

Driving with the use of a mobile phone

  • R v R, Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court

Allegation of assault using weapons

  • R v M, Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court

Being in charge of a vehicle whilst unfit through drugs



Natasha graduated from the University of Leicester with an Economics and Law degree in 2009. Passionate about law, she then went to complete her LPC at BPP Law School in 2010. Since joining Lloyds PR Solicitors she has become an Accredited Police Station Representative.



  • The Law Society
  • The Junior Lawyers Division
  • The Young Legal Aid Lawyers
  • The Society of Asian Lawyers



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