Crown Court

Crown Court

If your case is of a more serious or complex nature then it is likely it will be allocated or sent to the Crown Court for trial. 

If you plead not guilty your case will be heard in front of a judge (who will make decisions about the law) and a jury, who will decide whether you are guilty or innocent, after they have heard all the evidence. 

Our criminal law department consists of highly experienced solicitors and higher court advocates who have the knowledge and expertise to ensure that your case is thoroughly prepared and presented in the most effective way. Through years of experience in the field of criminal litigation they are able to select best trial advocates available to conduct your case and have a strong links and associations with the country’s leading criminal barrister’s chambers and solicitor-advocates.   

We have a huge amount of experience in conducting Crown Court cases ranging from lesser dishonesty offences through to the most serious and complex cases such as money laundering, fraud and drug importation.  

For more information and to find our how we can help you, please contact our Motoring, Crime and Regulatory Team on 01279 755777 or get in touch with Dan Hart, Solicitor Advocate in our Motoring, Crime and Regulatory Team.

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