Criminal Defence

We know, given our experience, how stressful being accused of a criminal offence can be. Whether you are to be questioned by police, or whether criminal proceedings have been started, when you instruct us to help with your criminal defence, you can be assured of receiving specialist advice from a respected and experienced lawyer.

Our team has a wealth of experience in preparing and presenting cases before the Magistrates and Crown Court and the Court of Appeal.

Phil Morris, who heads the department, qualified as a Solicitor in 1992 and was called to the Bar in 2011. He has been involved in many cases, of all levels of severity and offers an effective, discreet service.

If the accusation arises from an incident at work and you are member of a Trade Union, your Union may even cover the costs associated with defending you.

Regulatory

As a retailer, you may be facing an investigation by Trading Standards into the supply of counterfeit goods. As a Care Home Owner you may have been accused of breaching Health and Safety rules leading to proceedings before the Magistrates Court.

Our regulatory team has extensive experience in dealing with these types of often complex cases. When you instruct us, you can be assured of receiving specialist advice from an experienced and respected lawyer.

Motoring Offences

The explosion of fixed position cameras and mobile detection vans makes it easier to accumulate penalty points on your driving licence than ever before, at a time when the need for a driving licence becomes ever more important.

So if you are worried about the effect of that speeding ticket on your licence, or whether you are anxious to avoid a driving disqualification, you can be assured that by contacting us and instructing us to deal with your case you stand the very best chance of a successful outcome.

But it isn’t just speeding – given our experience we have dealt with all types of motoring cases including those sensitive and difficult cases involving death or serious injury arising from accidents.

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