Criminal Offences

Our expert criminal defence solicitors can assist with the following offences.

Criminal Offences

Our Criminal Defence Solicitors are trained in an environment demanding a proactive response to criminal allegations.

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Grievous Bodily Harm

The crime of grievous bodily harm (GBH) or wounding (Section 18) is the most severe form of assault short of attempted murder. Read how we may be able help you get this matter dropped before it reaches a court.

Armed Robbery

The legal definition of Armed Robbery is Robbery committed while the person accused is armed with a dangerous weapon.

We have an experienced team of expert lawyers with considerable experience in defending those accused or charged with Armed Robbery. Read how we may be able help you get this matter dropped before it reaches a court.

Firearms Offences

Most firearms offences are based on the Firearms Act 1968. In section one of the act, it clearly states that it’s a crime to possess a firearm or certain types of ammunition without holding a certificate.

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Conspiracy

Conspiracy is when two or more people decide to plan to behave in a way that leads to committing an offence. Read how we may be able help you get this matter dropped before it reaches a court.

Conspiracy to Murder

A Conspiracy to Murder is when two or more people agree to a course of action that will result in the unlawful killing of another person.

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Death by Dangerous Driving

Death by Dangerous Driving is causing the death of another person by driving a mechanically propelled vehicle dangerously on a road or other public place is guilty of an offence.

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Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking is the action or practice of illegally transporting people from one country or area to another, typically for the purposes of forced labour or sexual exploitation.Read how we may be able help you get this matter dropped before it reaches a court.

Extradition Orders

The act of Extradition is to make someone return for trial to another country or state where they have been accused of doing something illegal.

We have an experienced team of expert lawyers with considerable experience in defending an Extradition Order.

Murder

Murder is defined as being the most serious offence in English law, 'where one person, of sound mind, unlawfully kills another with the intention to kill or to cause grievous bodily harm'.

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