Purcell Parker Criminal Law Solicitors
One of the leading criminal defence practices in the West Midlands, we specialise in all aspects of criminal litigation including white collar crime and motoring offences. We are a Legal Aid practice and have a thriving prison law department which complements our criminal practice, extending our service beyond the police station and courtroom.
We are one of the leading criminal defence practices in the West Midlands, specialising in all aspects of criminal litigation including white collar crime and motoring offences. We are a Legal Aid practice and have a thriving prison law department which complements our criminal practice, extending our service beyond the police station and courtroom.
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Free Independent Advice
Everybody, regardless of their financial situation, has the right to free and independent legal advice at the police station. This is the case whether you have been arrested or if you are attending voluntarily for a police interview.
If your case progresses to the Magistrates or Crown Court, we can advise on your funding options and guide you through your legal aid application.
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We know that the law can be confusing. This is why we created an A-Z of legal terms that you can access, designed to help explain common terms you may encounter.
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We have also complied a list of the questions we are most frequently asked. Here are the top 3 questions.
I've been arrested - what do I do?
It is your legal right to be offered FREE legal advice from a solicitor. As soon as you arrive at the Police Station you should ask the Custody Sergeant to contact Purcell Parker Solicitors in order that we can attend to represent you. One of our solicitors or experienced accredited Police Station representatives is available 24 hours a day.
I have been charged with an offence - what do I do now?
Do I have to pay for you to represent me?
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