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Indecent Images

It goes without saying that being accused of Possession of Indecent Images, Distributing Indecent Images or Producing Indecent Images is an earth-shattering moment in your life and you will be feeling alone, lost and afraid.

Not only has your life been intruded, your electronic devices seized, your mental and physical health suffered; you will also be fearful of the media, your future and the constant pressure from your family members. 

Your decision-making abilities and your nerves will not be at their normal levels to fight these allegations alone, without expert knowledge. It is absolutely vital that you engage Sexual Offences Solicitors who specialise in the defence of Indecent Image Offences.

How we can help

At Stuart Miller Solicitors, all our Lawyers exclusively practice in the defence of Criminal Offences. We don’t undertake any other kind of work. As one of the largest Criminal Solicitors’ Law Firms in the UK, we are proud to be one of the few who only handle Criminal Defence work. We are trusted and recognised as a firm of specialist Sexual Offences Solicitors and we have provided advice and guidance to journalists reporting in national media press such as BBC and the Independent.

Our team consists of Sexual Offences Solicitors and Cybercrime Lawyers who specialise in defending Indecent Image Offences. Lawyers who are knowledgeable, who are committed to defending those accused of Indecent Image Offences and who will show an understanding to your circumstances without passing judgement.

Our Lawyers will talk you through the entire process, guide you on your rights concerning the seized property and assist you fully during your time at the police station when you will be interviewed. Being specialists in Indecent Images Offences, our specialists will offer you advice tailored to your needs, objectives and circumstances.

If we identify early weaknesses in the police investigation, we will do our best to try and prevent the proceedings reaching Court.

Whether you are accused alone or as part of a network of offenders, our specialist Lawyers will work alongside some of the best Barristers in the UK to devise an effective defence strategy for you. We will study weaknesses in the prosecution’s case, we will challenge inadmissible and unlawfully obtained evidence. We will listen to your side of the story very carefully and gather any evidence to support your account.

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Computer evidence

The prosecution will use expert analysis of any technological equipment in your possession and it will be our role to establish a full and accurate explanation as to why you have them. However, complexities and developments in electronic devices often yield vital legal or factual arguments which can win a case. We will engage brilliant mobile phone, computer and cyber experts to test the prosecution’s evidence and find any anomalies to support our defence case.

Our Cybercrime Lawyers understand the importance of trust between Lawyer and client. At a difficult and emotional time such as this, you need an expert Solicitor who you can trust to give you the best advice and maximise your chances of success. You will require someone who understands the implications of such allegations and who can put your case forward in an appropriate manner. You also need to be able to speak to your Solicitor with honesty and know that you can trust them to instruct defence experts with the appropriate knowledge and skill to help win your case.

Book a free consultation with an Indecent Images Expert

We deal with all Indecent Images cases in a highly professional and discreet manner. If you or someone you know has been accused of Possession of Indecent Images, Distributing Indecent Images or Producing Indecent Images then we encourage you to seek legal advice from the outset.

Please Contact Us and ask to speak to our specialists. We can arrange a meeting with you in person, online or by telephone. If you prefer, you can WhatsApp us from the link you will find at the bottom banner if you open this page on your mobile phone device.