Other Offences

We can represent you and give you the best chance of acquittal or a reduced punishment on every offence there is in England and Wales.

Whether you’re accused of breaching an ASBO, having a dangerous dog or being a soccer hooligan, we’ll help you put your case across in the most advantageous way.

We’ll support you if you’re up before a Court Martial, a Taxi Committee or any sort of hearing, and our vast experience as specialist criminal defence lawyers will be working for you from start to finish.

Your case is as important to us as it is to you, and we’ll treat you as an individual with hopes and dreams and fears and concerns, not just a name on yet another file of papers.

If you’ve come to us for help, you can be absolutely confident we’ll represent you with a passion and a professionalism you can depend on.

These are just some of the areas we cover:

  • Breaches of court orders
  • Alcohol related offences
  • Anti-Social Behaviour Orders
  • Perverting the Course of Justice
  • Taxi appeals
  • Fly tipping / Environmental Protection Act
  • Education Act
  • Courts Martial
  • Animal welfare
  • Dangerous Dogs Act
  • Fisheries Act matters
  • Football Banning Orders
  • Trade Descriptions Act

You can ask for us at the police station and we’ll be there within 45 minutes, 24 hours a day.  You don’t have to see the duty solicitor… they may not be the best for your case.

Our telephone number is 01752 551 722 and we operate from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday. If it’s less urgent, leave a message and we’ll be right back to you in office hours with all the help you need.

Over 80 Years Combined Experience

Our lawyers are criminal defence specialists who’ve honed their skills in untold police stations, courts, tribunals, courts martial, hearings and investigations – decades of dedication and experience that we put to work every day on your behalf.
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Ranked #1 By Chambers In The South West

Walker Lahive is ranked number 1 in Chambers for Criminal Defence Solicitors in the South West of England.
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