Everybody detained at a police station is entitled to free legal advice and, if you are to be interviewed, you are allowed to have a legal representative present throughout the interview process. Since being arrested and detained is inevitably a highly stressful situation, we can help relieve the pressure that you will find yourself under.
A member of our team can advise you in advance of the interview on how to approach it and can assist you during the subsequent interview. The way in which you handle the questioning can substantially affect the way that the investigation progresses. We consider it vital to assist you at this early stage in order to help you make
the right decisions.
If you do have to go to court, we can help you with every part of the process with our expert team advising you and navigating you through the criminal justice system. At each stage we can assist you to make the decisions necessary to obtaining the best possible resolution of the case.
All cases commence in the Magistrates court and our advocates will advise you from the outset regarding your plea, how the case will progress and the likely outcome.
Whether your case is dealt with in the Magistrates Court or sent on to the Crown Court, our team can ensure you receive the best representation available at each step of the process. We pride ourselves on providing honest, forthright advice throughout.
Free advice and representation may be available under legal aid, depending on your means. Our lawyers will discuss your eligibility with you at the first contact. If legal aid is not available to you then we will agree a fixed fee with you to cover the entire court process.
For further information please refer to our FAQs.