After your case has concluded and we agree that your sentence is too harsh, or you believe you have been wrongly convicted, you will be advised on merits of an appeal.

Your solicitor will do this if you were convicted in the Magistrates’ Court, and if an appeal is to go ahead, it will be heard in the Crown Court.

Your barrister will give you a written Advice on appeal if you were convicted in the Crown Court and the case will proceed if your application is approved by the Court of Appeal in London.

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