Criminal defence law - types of cases
If you or a friend or relative are accused of being responsible for the death of another person then you do need a specialist solicitor to represent you in the case.
The law on drug cases can be complicated. The seriousness of the offence depends upon the type of substance and the purpose of the Defendant’s involvement with the substance.
Affected by theft, burglary or robbery. Talk to a specialist to see how Clarkson Hirst solicitors can help.
The Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 are ancillary proceedings to a conviction with the objective of confiscating your assets or in some way restraining them.
Virtually every motoring offence carries penalty points. The minimum you can receive for even the most minor offence is 3 points. In any 3 year period if you receive 12 points you can be disqualified under what are known as the totting up provisions for at least 6 months. This can have disastrous consequences on a persons job and livelihood. We can help.