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Appearing in the Magistrates Court (Adults) – 10 things you should know.

If you need help advice at Magistrates Court from our specialist Criminal Solicitor in Middlesbrough, call us for free advice on 01642 293427 or 07949 186589 out of hours. We can talk to you about your case and whether you would get legal aid, free of charge.

Our Criminal Defence Solicitors writes;-

1) What to do first:-

Usually it is not a good idea to attend without first taking legal advice from a specialist Criminal Defence Solicitor.

Your Criminal Solicitor can advise you whether it would be a good idea to have legal representation at Court.

Your Criminal Solicitor will also advise you whether

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Using the Duty Solicitor

Free Legal Advice at Police Stations

Everyone receives free legal aid to have a solicitor represent them at the police station, regardless of financial circumstances.

Do you know the difference between a duty solicitor and a trusted local solicitor? THERE ISN’T ONE! Most local criminal solicitors are on a rota which means that they are on duty on certain days/nights in case someone needs a criminal solicitor and doesn’t already have one.

But you never have to use a solicitor that you don’t already know if you don’t want to and you never have to use the duty solicitor.


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Another great result for our Crime Team

R v W – Historical sexual abuse charges

Another client successfully defended in a 5 day trial which concluded at Teesside Crown Court today. The Jury took only 90 minutes to decide to acquit our client (find him not guilty) on every charge, after hearing evidence over the previous 4 days.  This brought to an end a nightmare for our client, whose life had effectively been put on hold since he was invited to the Police Station to answer allegations of historical sexual abuse.  Since then he had to endure months of waiting to prove his innocence, whilst at the same time having his life disrupted by the involvement of Social Services.


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