Accused of an offence: what to do next

Have you or a loved one been accused of a criminal offence? The consequences could be life-changing. 

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How can we help you?

We have years of experience in defending people accused of a wide range of criminal offences. We understand that it’s an uncertain and distressing time, with implications for your personal and professional life – and we understand how to successfully defend people against all kinds of allegations.

What’s your legal situation?

These are some of the more common enquiries we deal with each day. If you’ve been accused of a different offence, contact us today for expert legal advice.

Even if you’re innocent of the crimes you’ve been accused of, it’s important to have expert legal guidance. Experienced solicitors, who specialise in various criminal offences, can help to limit the damage to your reputation and achieve the best legal outcome possible.

If you’ve been arrested or you’ve been invited to a voluntary police interview, it’s important to know what your rights are and have sound legal advice on your side.

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What happens if I’m accused of a crime?

Very often, if you’re accused of a crime, you’ll soon be arrested for the crime and, potentially, charged with it. Even if you’re not immediately arrested, you might be invited for a voluntary police interview. No matter what your level of involvement with the police is, it’s always best to have an expert legal team on your side and you should never speak to the police without legal representation.

What if the accusations are false?

Even if you’re entirely confident that you’re innocent of the crimes you’re accused of, it’s wise to have legal representation. Experienced solicitors will work to have any charges dropped quickly where there is little or no evidence of wrongdoing. Complainants making false allegations can themselves face criminal proceedings. The authorities do not look favourably upon people wasting police time.

Been accused of an offence? Contact us now to protect your future.

Criminal charges or accusations of any nature can be damaging to your future, whether it’s your career or personal life that’ll be most affected. We offer expert legal defence alongside personal service, so we’ll seek to limit the damage as much as possible.

We specialise in several areas of criminal law, including but not limited to:

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