24/7 Advice and Representation – Call: 0115 950 3231
If you are charged or suspected of a crime, choosing the right criminal defence solicitors is the most important decision you will make.
You will need a solicitor who will fight for you and represent your best interests.
Our expert Criminal Defence Solicitors are committed to defending people in the police station, magistrates court and the Crown Court. We regularly represent those accused of the full range of criminal offences from minor assaults and shoplifting to multi-handed drugs conspiracies, firearms offences, high value fraud and murder.
Our Criminal Defence Solicitors provide advice and representation in the following areas:
- Police Investigations
- Voluntary Interviews
- Magistrates Court
- Crown Court
- Fraud, White Collar & Business Crime
- Youth Crime
- Driving Offences & Road Traffic Law
- Regulatory Offences
- Criminal Appeals
Legal Aid Solicitors
Everyone who is to be interviewed at a Police Station or by someone with the power of arrest is entitled to free legal advice and assistance, irrespective of income. If you are to be interviewed under caution by someone other than the police (such as your local council, HMRC or Trading Standards), you may also be entitled to free advice.
If you are appearing in the magistrates court, you may qualify for legal aid if you receive benefits or have a low income.
Our Criminal Defence Solicitors will complete legal aid applications free of charge at your initial appointment.
Contact our expert Criminal Defence Lawyers
If you are arrested by the police or if the police wish to interview you by prior appointment, we are available 24 hour a day, 7 days a week to provide you with legal advice and assistance. Call our 24/7 helpline on (0115) 950 3231. Do not speak to the police about any allegation until you have spoken to one of our specialist crime lawyers.
Give yourself the best possible chance of success by instructing Bhatia Best!
Contact us 24/7 on 0115 950 3231 or request a callback by using the form on the right.