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A Guide to Staines Magistrates’ Court

If you have been notified of a postal order from the Staines Magistrates’ Court, you may find yourself feeling confused about what it entails and how to get to the court and what you should do when you get there. This guide will give you a better insight into the procedures you could go through on the day. It will help you to feel better prepared and more confident as you go through the court process.

What does it mean to receive a postal requisition from Staines Magistrates’ Court?

If you receive a postal requisition from Staines Magistrates’ Court, it means you are legally required to attend court on the date and time specified in the letter. This document will not provide any insight into why you have been charged or what evidence is being presented against you. It is, therefore, essential that you seek help from a criminal defence lawyer who can offer guidance on how to respond to the accusations brought against you at court.

Don’t delay; get in touch with a lawyer as soon as you receive the postal requisition so you can be fully prepared for your court appearance.

How do I find a solicitor for Staines Magistrates’ Court?

Stuart Miller Solicitors have a long and successful history of representing clients at Staines Magistrates’ Court. Our extensive background in offering criminal defence services to an extensive variety of people in the area equips us with the experience and local know-how to work with judges to secure the best outcome. We can also handle the more intricate legal processes if your case is escalated to the Crown Court. If you need the help of a reliable solicitor, please feel free to contact us to set up a no-obligation appointment.

What is the Staines Magistrates’ Court address?

The street address for Staines Magistrates’ Court is:

The Law Courts

Knowle Green


TW18 1XH

If you need to write to the court, do so at:

PO Box 36

The Law Courts

Mary Road



How do I get to Staines Magistrates’ Court?

You can access Staines Magistrates’ Court via bus routes 117 and 442. Train services to the area are run by South Western Railway. Parking is also more widely available here if you wish to drive to court.

Where do I find Staines Magistrates’ Court parking?

There is public parking available near Staines Magistrates’ Court and the court building enjoys flat and level access, making access via a wheelchair or other mobility aid easy. Accessing the court via public transport is recommended to avoid having to find parking, but there are public and private parking options available close to the courthouse if you prefer to drive yourself.

What are the Staines Magistrates’ Court opening hours?

Staines Magistrates’ Court is open Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm. There are no specific hours for counter service. The court is closed on public holidays.

What is the Staines Magistrates’ Court email address?

If you have a general enquiry, you can contact Staines Magistrates’ Court at:             [email protected].

For enforcement, email: [email protected].

What is the Staines Magistrates’ Court phone number?

There are various telephone numbers for Staines Magistrates’ Court:

For general queries, call 01273 811 795.

If you have a question regarding enforcement, call: 0300 123 9252.

Reach the witness service on: 0300 332 1000.

What do I do when I arrive at Staines Magistrates’ Court?

When you arrive at Staines Magistrates’ Court, it is important that you make your way to the reception desk and provide the staff with the relevant details of your case. It is likely that security personnel will conduct a bag check and potentially a pat-down. After this, you will be guided to the applicable courtroom, where you should stay until your case is called. The court staff can also assist you with finding your solicitor and can direct you to amenities such as restrooms and other facilities. For further information, there are screens located around the courthouse.


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