How we can help
We will go through the relevant criminal offences during your second opinion and explore possible defences. If there is no legal defence, we can go through all possible mitigating circumstances for sentencing and suggest things you can do right now to assist in your mitigation. Alternatively, you may be willing to admit to a lesser offence and we can discuss how this will impact on your case. We can explain sentencing guidelines and where the offence falls within the guidelines. It is not helpful to google sentencing, as every case is unique.
We give comprehensive advice on all matters not covered by Legal Aid as in some driving offences. We can talk you through how to conduct your own criminal defence. Alternatively, you may just wish to run through some points of law, when the prosecution case consists of a few statements only. We can offer one hour consultations for £80.
We understand parent’s disbelief, when they find themselves in the situation of seeking advice, they never thought they would have to look for, because their child has been accused of an offence. It may be that you are a parent of a child over 18 years, who has is involved in the criminal justice system. Solicitors can only speak to parents, if they have the express consent of their child. You can discuss the offence and possible defences with us. If you have not expressly been given permission to have the prosecution papers, we can discuss the matter in more general terms in an hour’s consultation (£80).
If you have acted as an appropriate adult and have concerns, we can discuss those also within an hour’s consultation (£80).
In fact, there is not much we cannot help with! We have criminal defence experts to give you the very best legal advice you on fraud, theft, burglary, robbery, assault, a sexual offence, drug matters, public order offences, money laundering and everything else.