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Welcome to Criminal defence

Being charged with a criminal offence is potentially one of the most frightening experiences in your life.

In circumstances where your livelihood or personal liberty is at stake, it can be even more so.

It’s at times like this that you really need high quality assistance from an experienced legal team since the right advice can really make all the difference.

Our criminal defence team is ready and waiting to step in at a moment’s notice to provide exactly the support you need when you need it.

We can deal with every aspect of the process, from the moment an incident occurs, and be on hand at every stage to support you with clear, calm advice.

Our team has an established reputation for providing a first-class service to clients faced with a variety of issues.

Our experienced line-up of lawyers specialises in defending a full range of criminal, regulatory and road traffic matters.

We offer advice and assistance to privately-funded individuals in all types of investigations, as well as to organisations in the public and private sectors.

Importantly, our service is available at all stages of proceedings, from representation at interviews “Under Caution”, to appearing as advocates before Courts and Tribunals.

Our services include advice on:

  • Environmental crime
  • General Medical Council investigations
  • HM Revenue & Customs investigations
  • Police investigations
  • Road Traffic offences
  • Serious Fraud Office investigations

For more detail on how we can help you now, please get in touch.

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