Zabeta joined Lloyds PR Solicitors in April 2021 as a Caseworker in the Crown Court department assisting Solicitor Natasha Patel with cases in all areas of criminal law including: drug conspiracies, complex fraud, robbery and sexual violence.
Her interests also include Human Rights and International Criminal Law and has spent time interning at the Global Legal Action Network where she worked on cases submitted before the International Criminal Court.
Operation Roach (Inner London Crown Court)
A financial investigation dealing with fraud by abuse of position by a Santander employee.
Operation Cyclaman, Snaresbrook Crown Court
Alleged victim was driven to various locations from London then kept in a hotel room in Nottingham, with a ransom request for £200,000.
Operation Karoo, Reading Crown Court
Represented the defendant who was a teacher charged with GBH. The case involved the defendant acting in self-defence to remove people from his property. He was acquitted at trial.
Operation Bolden, St Albans Crown Court
18 year old female charged with perverting the course of justice linked to an attempted murder (shooting) of a 16 year old in Hertfordshire. A number of prison calls are to be used in evidence in this case between defendant and co-defendant.
Operation Supermarine, Swindon Crown Court
Represented the defendant charged with conspiracy to control and manage a brothel. The Crown alleged a Romanian organised crime group luring in females in the pretence of love, the “lover boy” theory, then getting the females to work in brothels which they would then run.
Operation Callanish, Snaresbrook Crown Court
This case involved 21 defendants who conspired to supply class A dugs in London and is currently ongoing which will involve a number of legal arguments in relation to the evidence.
R v K, Snaresbrook Crown Court
Case involving a defendant charged with conspiracy to supply 15kg of class A. Successfully limited the client’s involvement to 5kg.
Operation Wrothy, Luton Crown Court
Represented the defendant who was charged with the rape and kidnap of a 17 year old who had learning difficulties. This case was classified as a “stranger rape” case.