Blackfriars Law is an accomplished and efficient practice specialising in all areas of criminal law. Our experienced team of criminal defence lawyers in Birmingham provide superior service throughout your case. We recognise the importance of communication with our clients and their families, who will be very concerned as to the predicament they find themselves in.
Our aim is to provide a high-quality service in all respects. We’ll give you up-to-date information regarding your case, including details of work to be carried out, advice given, action to be taken and details of the fee earner responsible for your case.
The strategic nature of our team means that you’ll be advised of any changes in the law and any circumstances or risks which could affect the outcome of your case.
We provide assistance to defend a wide range of allegations, from general crime through to murder and international multi-jurisdictional conspiracy.
We have been awarded a criminal contract by the Legal Aid Agency, which enables us to undertake Legal Aid Work. Our team is lead by an experienced solicitor who was nominated for an award by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
All advice and assistance at the police station is free of charge. If you are charged with an offence, then we will advise you whether you are eligible for free legal advice at court. We will provide an outstanding service, whether you are funded by legal aid or are a privately paying client.
Our firm operates 24 hours, 7 days a week. We provide representation to clients who are being investigated and interviewed by the Police or other investigative authority, and those required to make a Court appearance for criminal proceedings.
Our reputation in this area is built on our dedication, conscientiousness and teamwork. We ensure that no stone is left unturned when challenging a prosecution case and building a solid defence.
We deal with criminal cases at all levels, including:
Many people will fund their cases privately and we can work closely with our clients to help them through this process. Additionally, you may qualify for Legal Aid if your case meets certain criteria. You are likely to qualify for legal aid if you could:
For more information, please get in touch with us today.
At Blackfriars Law, we understand the importance of transparency and best practice. Furthermore, we want our clients to feel confident in their knowledge on the basic rights.
This information can be invaluable when it comes to safeguarding and protection of individual rights. If you’re interested in this aspect of the UK justice system, then find out more on Criminal Defence: The Rights Of The Accused
Our team of lawyers are here to help you. If you need legal support, give us a call today.