Kyah is a CPS Grade 2 prosecutor, who regularly both prosecutes and defends in the Crown Court.
Kyah also undertakes work for authorities in cash forfeiture and POCA proceedings.
Kyah has a broader interest in international criminal law, following the international law component of her MSc Human Rights.
Notable Crime cases
R v H (Woolwich Crown Court) 
Kyah acted as disclosure junior in the successful prosecution of twenty conspirators within an Organised Criminal Network which engaged in the supply of significant quantities of class A and B controlled drugs.
R v Ad and Others (Westminster Magistrates Court) 
R v Ad and Others (Westminster Magistrates Court) : Kyah represented one of three defendants who were prosecuted in the fourth ever case brought by OFSTED for the offence of conducting an unregistered school. The case was heard before the Chief Magistrate and received media attention.
Kyah represented the Trustee of the charity under which the institution operated, successfully distinguishing her client’s role and conduct from that of the other defendants.
R v YR (Guildford Crown Court) 
Kyah successfully defended her client, who was acquitted of Burglary (non dwelling) and Blackmail.
R v CA (Magistrates' Court) 
Kyah’s client was acquitted of two counts of Assault PC and one charge of Obstruct PC.
R v M (Magistrates' Court) 
Kyah successfully prosecuted a defendant charged with Racially Aggravated Harassment.
R v W (Magistrates’ Court) 
Kyah successfully prosecuted a defendant charged with assault in a domestic context.