Criminal Offences

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


In law, the offence of manslaughter differs from murder. It’s defined as being murder but without premeditation. It’s judged based on how 'culpable' or blameworthy the person is deemed to be, their intention at the time of the killing and whether they raise a defence.

Possession of Articles for Terrorist Purposes

Possession of articles for terrorist purposes is defined as an article that gives rise to suspicion that the item is connected to an act of terrorism, either for commission, preparation or instigation.

Theft from an Employer

The crime of employee theft covers everything from affecting a business's potential for success to creating a reduction in profits.


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