Legal Aid is available for most offences. Any application for legal aid is assessed in a two-fold test:
- Interests of Justice
This test considers the ‘merits’ of the case which can include your previous convictions, the nature of offence and any risk of custody. If this test is passed the next stage starts.
- Means Testing
This considers your financial position which includes household income, capital and household outgoings. This test will determine whether you will be eligible for legal aid.
If this test fails, you can still have a solicitor by paying privately for representation – our costs are competitive and will be dependent on the details of each individual case.
Mike Gray is a genius in this legal field
Mr B – Firearms.
Awesome service received
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Just wanted to say thanks for your attention/understanding/advice, it makes such a difference when someone actually makes an effort to understand the situations we sometimes find ourselves in!
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1 Grey Friars, Chester, CH1 2NW
Emergency 24hr: 07537 170352Office Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 08:45 – 17:15 and Saturday morning by appointment
What can we do to help you today?
We offer a 24-hour emergency service should you require advice outside the usual office hours (Emergency contact number 07623 960 292.)
We can provide specialist advice on matters at the Police Station, Magistrates’ Court, Youth Court and Crown Court. We provide advice to Armed Forces’ personnel at military interviews and court martial hearings both in the UK and abroad.