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If you have been sent a postal order from Ealing Magistrates’ Court, you may be uncertain about what it implies, how to get to the court, and what to do when you arrive. This guide will help you get a better understanding of what could take place on the day.
A postal requisition is a document you receive through the post outlining that you are required to attend court. If you receive one from Ealing Magistrates’ Court, you must attend Ealing Magistrates’ Court on the day and time listed on the postal requisition you were sent. Consult the letter to determine which offence you are accused of and bear in mind that it will not provide any information regarding why you are being charged or what evidence is being presented against you.
When you get the postal requisition, get in touch with a criminal defence lawyer to assist you in understanding what to do in response to the charges brought against you at the court.
Stuart Miller Solicitors have a proven track record of successfully representing clients at Ealing Magistrates’ Court. We have a wealth of experience providing criminal defence services to a diverse range of clients in the area, including dealing with complex legal matters that have been taken to the Crown Court. If you need the expertise of a dependable solicitor, please don’t hesitate to contact us to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation.
The street address for Ealing Magistrates’ Court is:
The Court House
Green Man Lane
If you need to write to the court, do so at:
448 High Road
You can access Ealing Magistrates’ Court via bus routes 207, 427, 483, 607, E3, or E8. On the Tube, take the Piccadilly line.
Ealing Magistrates’ Court does not have any public parking, so your best chance of a successful visit is to take public transport or pay for parking at a nearby private garage. There are numerous private garages surrounding the court. Street parking is usually restricted to local residents with permits and therefore should not be relied upon.
Ealing Magistrates’ Court is open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. There is no counter service. The court is closed on public holidays.
If you have a general enquiry, you can contact Ealing Magistrates’ Court at: [email protected].
For payments, email: [email protected].
For citizens advice, email: [email protected].
What is the Ealing Magistrates’ Court phone number?
There are various telephone numbers for Ealing Magistrates’ Court:
For general queries, call 0300 303 0645.
If you have a question regarding a payment such as a fine, call: 0300 123 9252.
Reach the witness service on: 0300 332 1192.
You can also contact the court by fax on: 0870 324 0240.
When you arrive at Ealing Magistrates’ Court, you should report to the court reception desk and provide the staff with the details of your case. Security are likely to perform a bag check and potentially a pat-down. You will then be directed to the relevant courtroom, where you should remain until your case is called. The court staff can also help you find your solicitor and direct you to the facilities such as restrooms and other amenities. Screens around the courthouse will provide additional information.
A legal expert will consult you within 24 hours of making an enquiry.
We will always treat you with trust, understanding and respect.
Your case will be handled by an expert who specialises in your type of offence.
We will take early action to end proceedings as soon as it is practically and legally possible to do so.
You will be kept updated on your case at all times. We will provide a named contact available to answer your questions.
We understand this is a difficult and stressful time for you and your family. Our team will support you every step of the way.
We will never give up on your case. We fight tirelessly to get you the best possible outcome.