Experienced Court Defence Lawyers
Criminal Law is a highly specialised and complex area and if you have been charged with an offence you need an expert Criminal Lawyer to defend you in Court.
We have a team of Criminal Defence solicitors who do nothing else other than defend people charged with Criminal offences. This level of experience ensures that you will receive the highest possible level of expertise available from the team at Whiterose Blackmans Solicitors LLP.
We can represent you in a police station and in all courts of law including Magistrates, Youth Court, Crown Court, Supreme Court & The Court of Appeal.
Excellent Defence Success Rates
At Whiterose Blackmans LLP we are able to offer expert legal advice on all aspects of Criminal Law at all levels ensuring you the best chance of success in your case.
For many young people and their parents or carers, the experience in the Youth Court is one which is daunting. We aim to alleviate such fears by providing a service that guides both clients and their parents/carers through the process of the Youth Court.
We will ensure that the young client is advised of all the procedures in the Youth Court in language that is simple to understand but without being patronising or judgemental. We aim to include parents/carers in consultation but only with our client’s permission, confidentiality is of paramount importance.
If you are seeking legal defence representation in a youth court, contact us today to discuss your case.
We represent our clients in magistrates courts in Leeds and across West Yorkshire. We strive to ensure that clients are kept as informed as possible about their case and will advise them before, during and after their court date.
We will consult with clients before their hearing and discuss the evidence against them. We will advise on plea, venue and the consequences of no plea, guilty plea and not guilty pleas entered at the magistrates’ court.
We are committed to delivering the best legal defence possible and we will build a robust defence to ensure the best possible outcome for our clients.
In the Crown Court, trials are heard by a judge and jury, otherwise by a judge alone. All Crown Court cases start in the magistrates’ court. The Crown Court usually deals with more serious offences such as murder, rape, robbery and serious assaults. These are known as “indictable only” and can only be dealt with in the Crown Court, although they start in the magistrates’ court. The Crown Court also deals with appeals against decisions of the magistrates’ court. Appeals here are heard by a judge and two lay magistrates.