The festive season is a time to kick back and enjoy a little rest and recuperation before 2020 hits us all like a brick and life carries on as usual.
While we will be hoping to enjoy some well-earned rest, we remain on standby to act when our services are needed.
We have people on call 24/7 every day of the year to assist new and existing clients who find themselves in need of our services.
Anyone charged and held in custody on Christmas Eve will not appear before a court until Boxing Day, it is therefore essential that if you are arrested you ask for us to represent you at the outset, this ensures the very best chance of securing you bail so that you can return to your family as soon as possible.
It is often tempting to think, and on occasion, it may even be suggested to you, that doing without a solicitor will speed your exit from a police station. Nothing could be further from the truth. We are ready and able to act immediately, having a solicitor doesn’t slow things down, it speeds things up, considerably.
Everyone detained in police custody facing a criminal investigation is entitled to free legal representation – it would be foolish not to take advantage of this important legal protection. If you have been arrested ask the custody staff to contact us on your behalf, we are only a phone call away. If you are concerned for the welfare of a loved one who has been arrested then call the number below, we can quickly ascertain what is going on.
So, while we hope that we all have a break over the next few days if things do go wrong, we are here to put them right.
Don’t hesitate, call us.
How we can assist
We can advise on all aspects of criminal investigation and prosecution. If you need specialist advice, then get in touch with our Crime Team on 020 7935 3522 or email@example.com or in an emergency please call our 24/7 number 07973 259382 and let us help.
Whatever your personal circumstances the above is only a guide and we would advise you to contact us to obtain definitive advice as you will appreciate that each person’s circumstances are unique to them.