If you have been charged with or are being investigated in respect of any criminal offence we could help you.

Being investigated or charged with a criminal offence can cause a great deal of anxiety and distress. The outcome of the investigation or charge can have a serious impact on your career, family life and even your ability to travel to certain countries.

You need to be sure that you receive the right advice at the right time. At Libra Solicitors we are dedicated to providing just that.

How we can help

We understand that you will no doubt be worried about how your case is going to proceed and of the consequences of your case, so from the very beginning we will listen to you and your concerns.

We will then guide you through the whole process, giving you the right advice so you can proceed with your case with confidence.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate will lead your case so you know the advice and representation you receive is of the highest quality.

We will thoroughly investigate the prosecution case and examine every aspect of the evidence and give you the right advice when you need it most.

We will also advise you if we think forensic experts or specialist investigators could assist your case.

Even in these difficult circumstances you have rights and we take protecting your rights and interests seriously.

Our services are tailored to your individual needs so you can be sure your case receives the attention it deserves.

If you have been accused of a crime or the police want to ‘talk’ to you call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you. Our knowledge and expertise could be your best asset.

Our services are delivered to the highest standards and we are regulated by the Solicitors Regulations Authority.

It’s never too early to take legal advice but sometimes it can be too late.

Being involved in any type of litigation or investigation can expose those involved to unwelcome media attention.

  • At Libra Solicitors as part of our service to you, we will always maintain your confidentiality.
  • Unless you expressly instruct us to do so, we will not comment on your case to the media.
  • We stake our reputation on our commitment to you.

If you are concerned about media intrusion into your case, please call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

What you say to a police officer can have serious implications for you. Even if you do not instruct Libra Solicitors to advise you we would strongly urge you to take legal advice before you speak to the police.

You can be charged with an offence solely on what you say to a police officer, even if there is no other evidence against you.

Taking legal advice does not make you look guilty: it is your right. At Libra Solicitors we take protecting your rights and interests seriously and our services are tailored to your individual needs so you can be sure your case receives the attention it deserves.

How we can help you

We will:-

  • always put your interests first and protect your legal rights whilst your matter is being dealt with by the police
  • provide you with expert advice in respect of the allegation
  • make representations in support of bail if bail is being denied
  • be available to attend the police station with you 24hrs a day

Whenever possible we suggest that you should take legal advice before you attend the police station.

So if you or somebody you know has a matter that is being investigated by the police, or if you or somebody you know has been ‘invited’ to the police station to speak to a police officer, call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you. You will always have our fullest attention.

Please note: you are entitled to receive free legal advice at the police station from a Duty Solicitor or from a law firm that undertakes free police station advice.

At Libra Solicitors we do not operate the under the Duty Solicitor scheme and we do not provide free police station advice.

We provide an exceptional 24 hr police station attendance and advice service to all our clients for a fixed fee and we are only to happy to discuss your case with you before you speak to the police.

It is never too early to take legal advice, but sometimes it can be too late.

Have you had your assets seized, confiscated or frozen?

Are you a third party who has an interest in the property seized or is subject to a restraining order?

Even in these difficult circumstances you have rights and you need to make informed choices. Court Orders can be challenged and varied.

In this complex area of law you need a law firm that protects its clients’ rights with vigour. At Libra Solicitors this is exactly what we do.

How we can help

We will examine every aspect of your case and provide you with the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate who has practical experience of dealing with Asset Confiscation, Restraint Orders and cash seizures will lead your case from the very start so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality.

It is never too early to take legal advice but sometimes it can be too late. Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

You have the right to appeal against any conviction. Mistakes can be made and manifestly excessive sentences are sometimes imposed.

If you want to appeal against your conviction or sentence we will investigate the matter for you. Appeals can be complex and we advise you that a notice of appeal must normally be lodged within a specified time period which begins from when you were sentenced. It is imperative therefore that we get your case papers as soon as possible.

We do advise you however that if your appeal is unsuccessful the Court could impose a more severe sentence than the one you originally received.

If you believe that you have been wrongly found guilty of an offence or feel that your sentence was manifestly excessive call us on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help.

If you are found guilty of blackmail you could receive a custodial sentence.

How we can help you

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality.

We will also advise you if we think specialist investigators or forensic experts could assist you in your case.

Your case will need careful preparation and this can be a complex area of law.

There may be for example, witnesses from whom statements may need to be taken, there may be CCTV that needs to be tracked down and viewed and expert forensic evidence may need to be obtained and then examined.

In Court prosecution witnesses such as police officers and the prosecution’s forensic experts may also need to be cross-examined.

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor-Advocate will explain these to you and in Court, he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your particular circumstances when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to take legal advice, but sometimes it can be too late.

If you breach a Court Order the Court will treat the breach seriously and you could be re-sentenced in another way.
In certain circumstances there are defences available to breaching a Court Order and our expertise could help you.

How we can help you

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality and we will also advise you if we think specialist investigators or forensic experts could assist you in your case.

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor- Advocate will explain these to you and in Court, he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your particular circumstances when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to take legal advice, but sometimes it can be too late.

All allegations of Assault are serious and being found guilty could leave you facing a custodial sentence.

Whether it’s an alleged domestic incident or something that happens on the street or the work place, a conviction of this nature can have a serious impact on your career, family life and your reputation.

How we can help you

Our expertise in this area of law is exceptional and we can determine whether there are any technical or statutory defences that could be put forward

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality.

We will also advise you if we think forensic experts or specialist investigators could assist you in your case.

You could represent yourself but this can be a complex area of law and your case will probably need careful preparation.

There may be for example, witnesses from whom statements may need to be taken, there may be the question of raising the defence of ‘self-defence’, there may be CCTV that needs to be tracked down and viewed and expert medical evidence may need to be obtained and then examined.

In Court prosecution witnesses such as police officers and the person who was allegedly assaulted may have to be cross-examined.

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty, there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor-Advocate will explain these to you and in Court he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your particular circumstances when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to take legal advice, but sometimes it can be too late.

If you are found guilty of conspiracy, you could receive a custodial sentence.

A conspiracy is an agreement between at least two people to engage in a criminal act. It does not matter that the act itself is not carried out.

A conviction of conspiracy can have a serious impact on your career, family life and may even prevent you from traveling to certain countries.

How we can help you

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality and we will also advise you if we think specialist investigators or forensic experts could assist you in your case.

Your case will need careful preparation and this can be a complex area of law.

There may be for example, witnesses from whom statements may need to be taken, there may be CCTV that needs to be tracked down and viewed and expert forensic evidence may need to be obtained and then examined.

In Court prosecution witnesses such as police officers and the prosecution’s forensic experts may also need to be cross-examined.

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty, there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor- Advocate will explain these to you and in Court, he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your particular circumstances when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to take legal advice, but sometimes it can be too late.

Being found guilty of criminal damage could leave you facing a custodial sentence.

Whether it is an alleged domestic incident or something that happens on the street or the work place, a conviction of this nature can have a serious impact on your career and your family life.

How we can help you

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality and we will also advise you if we think specialist investigators or forensic experts could assist your case.

Your case will need careful preparation and this can be a complex area of law.

There may be for example, witnesses from whom statements may need to be taken, there may be CCTV that needs to be tracked down and viewed and expert forensic evidence may need to be obtained and then examined.

In Court prosecution witnesses such as police officers and the prosecution’s forensic experts may also need to be cross-examined.

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty, there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor- Advocate will explain these to you and in Court, he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your particular circumstances when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to take legal advice, but sometimes it can be too late.

Possession of drugs/ Intent to supply/ Importation of drugs

There are several different drug offences and several different classes of drugs. For serious offences you could receive a custodial sentence if you are found guilty.

If you’ve been charged with or are being investigated in respect of any drugs offence, our expertise could help you. Being found guilty of even a minor drug offence can have a serious impact on your career, family life and even your ability to travel to certain countries.

How we can help you

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality and we also will advise you if we think specialist investigators or forensic experts could assist you in your case.

Your case will need careful preparation and this can be a complex area of law.

There may be for example, witnesses from whom statements may need to be taken, there may be CCTV that needs to be tracked down and viewed and expert forensic evidence may need to be obtained and then examined.

In Court prosecution witnesses such as police officers and the prosecution’s forensic experts may also need to be cross-examined.

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty, there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor-Advocate will explain these to you and in Court, he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your particular circumstances when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to take legal advice, but sometimes it can be too late.

There are wide range of fire arms offences and being found guilty of the most serious of them can lead to a custodial sentence. Our expertise could help you.

Being found guilty of an offence of this nature can have a serious impact on your career, family life and even your ability to travel to certain countries.

How we can help you

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality and we will also advise you if we think specialist investigators or forensic experts could assist your case

Your case will need careful preparation and this can be a complex area of law.

There may be for example, witnesses from whom statements may need to be taken, there may be CCTV that needs to be tracked down and viewed and expert forensic evidence may need to be obtained and then examined.

In Court prosecution witnesses such as police officers and the prosecution’s forensic experts may also need to be cross-examined.

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty, there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor- Advocate will explain these to you and in Court, he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your particular circumstances when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Its never too early to take legal advice, but sometimes it can be too late.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

There are a number of offences relating to forced marriages and being found guilty of the more serious offences can attract a custodial sentence.

How we can help you

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality and we will also advise you if we think specialist investigators or forensic experts could assist you in your case.

Your case will probably need a considerable amount of preparation as this can be a complex area of law.
There may be for example, witnesses who need to be traced and from whom statements may need to be taken, forensic evidence that needs to be examined, CCTV thats needs to be viewed and documentation that needs to be examined page by page.

In Court prosecution witnesses such as co-workers,family members, police officers may need to be cross-examined. It may be that any co-defendants involved in the case have to be cross-examined too.

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty, there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor- Advocate will explain these to you and in Court, he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your particular circumstances when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to take legal advice, but sometimes it can be too late.

At Libra Solicitors we have the expertise to help you if you are facing an allegation of committing an offence in which the internet is used.

Whether it is an allegation of Cyber Stalking, Identity theft, Hacking, Fraud or another internet offence, our expertise combined with our access to forensic computer analysis experts could make the difference to your case.

A conviction of this nature can have a serious impact on your career, family life and even your future relationships.

How we can help you

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality.

We will also advise you if we think specialist investigators or forensic experts could assist you in your case.

Your case will need careful preparation and this can be a complex area of law.

There may be for example, witnesses from whom statements may need to be taken and forensic computer evidence may need to be obtained and considered. In Court the prosecution witness and experts may also have to be cross examined.

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty, there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor- Advocate will explain these to you and in Court, he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your particular circumstances when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to take legal advice, but sometimes it can be too late.

Money laundering cases can be complex and if you are found guilty of money laundering, you could receive a custodial sentence.

Any income that can be proved to have been derived from the illegal action could even be confiscated.

How we can help you

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality.

We will also advise you if we think specialist investigators or forensic experts could assist you in your case.

It is likely that your case will need a considerable amount of preparation.

There may be for example, witnesses from whom statements may need to be taken, substantial documentation that may need to be examined page by page and expert forensic accounting evidence that may need to be obtained and then examined.

In Court prosecution witnesses such as family members, close friends, police officers and the prosecutions forensic experts may need to be cross-examined. It may be that any co-defendants involved in the case have to be cross-examined too.

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty, there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor- Advocate will explain these to you and in Court, he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your fullest mitigation when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to take legal advice, but sometimes it can be too late.

If you’ve been charged with either of these offences our expertise could help you. Clearly these are serious offences and being found guilty can have a serious impact on your career, family life and even your ability to travel to certain countries.

Your case will need careful preparation and this can be a complex area of law.

How we can help you

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality.

We will also advise you if we think forensic experts and/or specialist investigators could assist your case.

It is likely that your case will need a considerable amount of preparation.

There may be for example, witnesses from whom statements may need to be taken, there may be the question of raising the defence of ‘self-defence’, there may be CCTV that needs to be tracked down and viewed, expert medical evidence may need to be obtained and then examined, DNA evidence may also need to examined.

In Court prosecution witnesses such as police officers and the prosecutions medical experts may also need to be cross-examined

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty, there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor- Advocate will explain these to you and in Court, he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your particular circumstances when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to take legal advice, but sometimes it can be too late.

These offences are heard only in the Crown Court and if you are found guilty, you could receive a custodial sentence.

How we can help you

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality and we will also advise you if we think specialist investigators or forensic experts could assist you in your case.

Your case will need careful preparation and this can be a complex area of law.

There may be for example, witnesses from whom statements may need to be taken, there may be CCTV that needs to be tracked down and viewed and expert forensic evidence may also need to be obtained and then examined.

In Court prosecution witnesses such as police officers and the prosecution’s forensic experts may also need to be cross-examined.

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty, there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor- Advocate will explain these to you and in Court, he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your particular circumstances when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to take legal advice, but sometimes it can be too late.

There are several different Public Order offences and for the more serious offences you could receive a custodial sentence if you are found guilty.

If you’ve been charged with any Public Order offence, our expertise could help you.

How we can help you

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality and we will also advise you if we think specialist investigators or forensic experts could assist you in your case.

Your case will probably need careful preparation.

There may be for example, witnesses from whom statements may need to be taken, there may be CCTV that needs to be tracked down and viewed and expert forensic evidence may need to be obtained and then examined.

In Court prosecution witnesses such as police officers and the prosecution’s forensic experts may also need to be cross-examined.

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty, there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor- Advocate will explain these to you and in Court, he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your particular circumstances when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to take legal advice, but sometimes it can be too late.

Being found guilty of an offence of this nature could result in you receiving a custodial sentence.

How we can help you

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality.

We will also advise you if we think specialist investigators or forensic experts could assist you in your case.

Your case will probably need a considerable amount of preparation as this can be a complex area of law.
There may be for example, witnesses who need to be traced and from whom statements may need to be taken, forensic evidence that needs to be examined, CCTV thats needs to be viewed and documentation that needs to be examined page by page.

In Court prosecution witnesses such as family members, close friends, police officers and the prosecutions forensic experts may need to be cross-examined. It may also be that any co-defendants involved in the case have to be cross-examined too.

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty, there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor- Advocate will explain these to you and in Court, he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your particular circumstances when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to take legal advice, but sometimes it can be too late.

If you have been accused of this offence our expertise could help you. Theft can range from spontaneous shop lifting to long term organised activity and the more serious offences could attract a custodial sentence if you are found guilty.

Being found guilty can have a serious impact on your reputation, career and even your family life.

How we can help you

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate in this area of law will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality.

We will also advise you if we think specialist investigators or forensic experts could assist you in your case.

Your case will probably need preparation as this can be a complex area of law.

There may be for example, witnesses who need to be traced and from whom statements may need to be taken, forensic evidence that needs to be examined, CCTV thats needs to be viewed and documentation that needs to be examined page by page.

In Court prosecution witnesses such as police officers and the prosecutions experts may need to be cross-examined. It may be that any co-defendants involved in the case have to be cross-examined too.

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty, there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor-Advocate will explain these to you and in Court, he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your particular circumstances when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to take legal advice, but sometimes it can be too late.

If you have been charged with this offence our expertise could help you.

Theft of this nature is viewed seriously by the Courts as it often involves a breach of trust and the more serious offences could attract a custodial sentence if you are found guilty.

Being found guilty can have a serious impact on your reputation, career and even your family life.

How we can help you

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality and we will also advise you if we think specialist investigators or forensic experts could assist you in your case.

Your case will probably need a considerable amount of preparation as this can be a complex area of law.

There may be for example, witnesses who need to be traced and from whom statements may need to be taken, forensic evidence that needs to be examined, CCTV thats needs to be viewed and documentation that needs to be examined page by page.

In Court prosecution witnesses such as co-workers, police officers and the prosecutions forensic experts may need to be cross-examined. It may also be that any co-defendants involved in the case have to be cross-examined too.

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty, there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor-Advocate will explain these to you and in Court, he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your particular circumstances when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to take legal advice, but sometimes it can be too late.

At Libra Solicitors we understand that being accused of a sexual offence or a related matter can mean that you and those for whom you care for face a difficult time until the matter has been resolved.

Being found guilty of a sexual offence or related matter can have a serious impact on your reputation, career, family life and even your ability to travel to certain countries.

If you are being investigated for or have been charged with a sexual offence or related matter our expertise in this area of law could prove invaluable to you.

How we can help

We will thoroughly investigate the prosecution case and examine every aspect of the evidence and give you the right advice when you need it most.

We will also advise you if we think forensic experts or specialist investigators could assist you in your case.

Even in these difficult circumstances you have rights and we take protecting your rights and interests seriously.

Our services are tailored to your individual needs so you can be sure your case receives the attention it deserves.

At Libra Solicitors all our client matters are led by a QC, Barrister or Solicitor- Advocate so you can be sure that the advice you are receiving is of the highest quality.

An allegation of this nature has potentially serious consequences, so if you have been charged with any type of sexual offence or related matter, call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to take legal advice but sometimes it can be too late.

If you are been investigated or have been charged with this offence we could help you.

Allegations of Grooming are often complex due to their very nature and will most likely attract a custodial sentence if you are found guilty.

How we can help you

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality and we will advise you if we think specialist investigators or forensic experts could assist you in your case.

Your case will need careful preparation and this can be a complex area of law.

There may be for example, witnesses from whom statements may need to be taken, there may be CCTV that needs to be tracked down and viewed and expert forensic evidence may need to be obtained and then examined.

In Court prosecution witnesses such as police officers and the prosecution’s forensic experts may also need to be cross-examined.

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor- Advocate will explain these to you and in Court, he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your particular circumstances when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to call your solicitor but sometimes it can be too late.

A conviction of harassment could have a serious impact on your career, family life and even your future relationships.

How we can help you

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality and we will also advise you if we think specialist investigators could assist you in your case.

Your case will need careful preparation and this can be a complex area of law.

There may be for example, witnesses from whom statements may need to be taken, there may be CCTV that needs to be tracked down and viewed and expert forensic evidence may need to be obtained and then examined.

In Court prosecution witnesses such as police officers and the prosecution’s forensic experts may also need to be cross-examined.

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty, there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor- Advocate will explain these to you and in Court, he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your particular circumstances when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to take legal advice, but sometimes it can be too late.

If you are been investigated or have been charged with this offence we could help you.

Allegations of historical sexual abuse/child abuse are often complex due to their very nature and will most likely attract a custodial sentence if you are found guilty.

How we can help you

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality and we will advise you if we think specialist investigators or forensic experts could assist you in your case.

Your case will need careful preparation and this can be a complex area of law.

There may be for example, witnesses from whom statements may need to be taken, there may be CCTV that needs to be tracked down and viewed and expert forensic evidence may need to be obtained and then examined. DNA evidence may also need to examined.

In Court prosecution witnesses such as police officers and the prosecution’s forensic experts may also need to be cross-examined.

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor- Advocate will explain these to you and in Court, he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your particular circumstances when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to call your solicitor but sometimes it can be too late.

If you have been charged or are being investigated in respect of being in possession of Indecent images/pornography we could help you.

Possession of Indecent images is a serious offence and as such can often attract a custodial sentence if you are found guilty.

How we can help you

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate in this area of law will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality and we will advise you if we think forensic computer experts and/or specialist investigators could assist you in your case.

It is likely that your case will need a considerable amount of preparation.

There may be for example, witnesses from whom statements may need to be taken, there may be CCTV that needs to be tracked down and viewed, forensic expert evidence may need to be obtained and then examined. In Court prosecution witnesses such as police officers and the prosecutions experts may also need to be cross-examined.

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty, there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor-Advocate will explain these to you and in Court, he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your particular circumstances when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to take legal advice but sometimes it can be too late.

If you are been investigated or have been charged with this offence we could help you. Rape is a serious offence and will most likely attract a custodial sentence if you are found guilty.

How we can help you

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality and we will advise you if we think specialist investigators or forensic experts could assist your case.

Your case will need careful preparation and this can be a complex area of law.

There may be for example, witnesses from whom statements may need to be taken, there may be CCTV that needs to be tracked down and viewed and expert forensic evidence may need to be obtained and then examined.

In Court prosecution witnesses such as police officers and the prosecution’s forensic experts may also need to be cross-examined.

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor- Advocate will explain these to you and in Court, he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your particular circumstances when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to call your solicitor but sometimes it can be too late.

If you are been investigated or have been charged with this offence we could help you. Sexual assault is a serious offence and if you are found guilty you could receive a custodial sentence.

How we can help you

We will thoroughly examine the prosecution case and give you the right advice when you need it most.

An experienced QC, Barrister or Solicitor-Advocate will lead your case so you can be sure that the advice you receive is of the highest quality.

We will also advise you if we think specialist investigators or forensic experts could assist you in your case.

Your case will need careful preparation and this can be a complex area of law.

There may be for example, witnesses from whom statements may need to be taken, there may be CCTV that needs to be tracked down and viewed and expert forensic evidence may need to be obtained and then examined.

In Court prosecution witnesses such as police officers and the prosecution’s forensic experts may also need to be cross-examined.

Mitigating your sentence

Should you decide to plead guilty there may be other factors that influence the sentence you receive.

Your Barrister / Solicitor- Advocate will explain these to you and in Court, he/she will expertly present your case so you can be sure the Court takes into account your particular circumstances when considering sentence.

Good mitigation can make all the difference to your sentence.

Call us now on 01223 632420 and let’s see how we can help you.

It’s never too early to call your solicitor but sometimes it can be too late.