A Conservative MP has been fined after his puppy caused a stampede of deer by chasing a 200-strong herd in London.

Prosecutor Dominic Hockley said Kruger's 11-month-old white Jack Russell dog, Pebble, chased a large herd of fallow deer in March.

Russell-Cooke partner Jae Carwardine acted for the defence and commented in Sky News that Kruger suffered a momentary lapse of judgement as his attention was drawn away to his youngest son.

Tory MP Danny Kruger fined after his puppy caused deer stampede in London's Richmond Park is available to read on the Sky News website. Jae's comments were also included in itv News, Metro, The Evening Standard and other publications.

Jae is a partner and head of the fraud and criminal litigation team, with over 20 years experience and with a proven track record in dealing with high-profile cases.

Jae has particular expertise in representing professionals who find themselves accused of criminal matters with potentially career-threatening implications or intrusive media interest. In this regard, she has been appointed to advise CEO's, solicitors, accountants, consultants (both in the financial and medical arena) and other high-profile professionals. She has been effective in avoiding prosecution both at the investigative stage pre-charge and pre-trial following careful submissions.