Criminal Defence Solicitors
Do not speak to the police about any allegation until you have taken free advice from our expert Criminal Defence Lawyers. The most vital stage of a criminal case occurs when a suspect is interviewed. Representation at the Police Station is arguably the most important part of the criminal justice process. Excellent advice at the Police Station can often result in avoiding prosecution and therefore calling us immediately will ensure you are protected from the outset. Our expert solicitors are available when YOU need them, 24/7.
Our lawyers defend on a daily basis allegations across the full spectrum of criminal law matters. As well as summary-only offences such as road traffic offences we are experts in defending more serious offences including murder, robbery, fraud, sexual offences and serious and organised crime.
Everyone who is interviewed by the police (or by someone with the power of arrest) is entitled to free legal advice and assistance, irrespective of income. If you are 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.
How can we help you?
Contact us now if:
- A police officer wishes to ‘meet’ with you at the police station for a ‘chat’ (voluntary interview under caution)
- You have been “released under investigation”
- You have already been interviewed or charged and now need representation
- You think that you are wanted by the police
- You are asked to return to the police station at a future date
- The police have said they want to eliminate you from their enquiries
- The police have said it can be dealt with without the need for a solicitor
- A family member has been arrested or the police wish to speak to them
If you are arrested by the police or if the police wish to interview you by prior appointment, we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide you with legal advice and assistance. Call our 24/7 helpline on (0333) 016 3333. Do not speak to the police about any allegation until you have spoken to one of our specialist crime lawyers.