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Are you being accused of a crime, being investigated, arrested or facing prosecution?

Get in touch with our Criminal Defence Team. Our leading criminal defence solicitors in London will provide strong legal representation and expert guidance

We regularly represent clients and cover the following areas:

  • Murder

  • Manslaughter

  • Rape

  • Sexual offences

  • Acts of Aggression or Violence

  • Motoring offences

  • Drug offences

  • Fraud

  • White Collar crime

  • Kidnapping

  • Terrorism

  • Conspiracies

  • Firearm offences

  • Knife offences

  • Modern Slavery

  • Human Trafficking 

  • Cyber and Social Media offences

  • Dangerous Driving

  • Money Laundering

  • County Lines Drug offences

  • Importation of Drugs and Steroids

  • Cash and Asset Forfeiture / Confiscation

  • Public Order offences

If you are facing an investigation or prosecution, we are able to provide you with expert legal representation and advice.

Case assessment

​Our criminal defence solicitors make holistic assessments, provide advice gather evidence and information in the case. Equally as important, we listen to our clients and keep them updated on their case, as we understand it can be a distressing experience.


We will communicate always, as we present to our clients the strategic options available. Good intuition, earned by experience, our solicitors will inform you on what can happen and prepare for possible hurdles, so that we can achieve a great outcome.


The average timescale for a criminal matter can vary depending on the seriousness of the offence charged and court administration timetable. On average a driving offence could take 3 months, whereas other serious criminal matters could take up to 12 months.

The timescale varies and is dependent on a range of factors, such as obtaining evidence, complexity of evidence, quantity of evidence, availability of courts, number of co-defendants and the timetable set down by the court in the case.

Due to COVID-19, there has been a well documented backlog in the criminal courts of cases, and therefore dates for hearings may be longer than expected, and may be removed last minute by the court if there is no availability to accommodate by the courts.

Defence Cost Order

If a defendant is successful, a Defense Cost Order (DCO) is usually granted by the court. A DCO entitles a firm to apply for a portion of the costs associated with challenging the allegation. The client may receive a portion of this back.

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