Tuckers Solicitors has its own in-house advocacy team of experienced barristers and solicitors, many with higher rights of audience. This allows clients the choice of direct access to advocates in criminal cases at all levels. Our award-winning lawyers appear daily in Police Stations, Magistrates Courts, Crown Courts and Youth Courts, ensuring early involvement in legal proceedings and providing continuity of representation throughout. Our lawyers act for over 15,000 clients a year, and the firm is instructed by an impressive array of clients including public figures, high net worth individuals, business directors, government departments and corporate organisations
Our team have expertise and vast experience in all areas of the appeals process. Once a case has reached the appeals stage, it is essential that expert lawyers are available to address the complex elements of your case. Our team will establish whether there are any grounds for challenging a decision made by the prosecuting authorities or the Court. We can appeal a conviction or sentence and make representations to the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC), regardless of whether the firm acted for you in your original matter.
We are at the forefront of providing legal advice and representation for those who have suffered injustice following court proceedings. The team has outstanding knowledge of reopening such cases and vigorously re-examining the evidence, however complicated or extensive.
Our lawyers are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, providing immediate legal advice, representation and assistance. For more information please contact the Advocacy, Appeals & Miscarriages of Justice Department on 020 7388 8333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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