Crime

Crime

Wiki By Law’s Crime Department is able to deal with all criminal offences and our team is available on an emergency basis for people 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

We regularly represent our clients at Police Stations, Magistrates Courts, Crown Courts, and at Appeal Courts such as the Court of Appeal. Our clients know they can rely on a prompt and effective service, and many use our services time and again.

We know how important it is that you are well represented, either at court or at the police station. Wiki By Law has a reputation for well-prepared, high quality work. Our case building excellence is based on a sound knowledge of the criminal justice system and the ability to assemble first-rate evidence and documentation. We also secure the services of the highest quality experts to ensure that we get the best possible outcome for our clients.

You do not have to wait until you are arrested to get in touch with us. Wiki By Law can advise you of your rights and how they can be protected at any stage.

All solicitors in our Crime department are police station representatives, which means they can represent clients from the outset of a criminal investigation. This is usually when a case is at its most vulnerable and when mistakes or errors of judgment could be made which could result in unfavourable outcomes for those under investigation. With four offices across London, we can reach you within 45 minutes.

In addition, we now have a number of highly experienced Higher Court Advocates who have conducted serious matters including murder and rape. We are also able to advise on appeals against conviction or sentence.

We are particularly expert in the often highly technical issues raised in road traffic offences.

Experienced in serious and minor cases, Wiki By Law’s Crime department’s aim is to achieve the best possible outcome for you. If you or someone you know is being held out of normal office hours, waste no time in calling one of our emergency crime numbers to alert us as early as possible.

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