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Johns & Saggar

16 High Holborn, London, WC1V 6BX more info...

08447045656

Areas of law:

Charities / Criminal Defence / Employment / Family / Immigration and Nationality read more...

Penmans

17A Queens Road, Coventry, CV1 3DH more info...

0843 0051 616

Areas of law:

Criminal Defence / Criminal Injuries / Domestic Violence / Medical Negligence / Accidents read more...

Ian Henery Solicitors Limited

Unit B108 Arcadian Centre, Hurst Street, Birmingham, B5 4TD more info...

08447045673

Areas of law:

Probate / Criminal Defence / Debt Recovery / Divorce / Employment read more...

Cartwright King

Norwich Union House, South Parade, Nottingham, NG1 2LJ more info...

0843 0052 063

Areas of law:

Criminal Defence / Immigration and Nationality / Mental Health / Road Traffic / White Collar Crime read more...

Cartwright King

Permanent House, 31 Horsefair Street, Leicester, LE1 5BU more info...

0843 0053 808

Areas of law:

Criminal Defence / Mental Health / Immigration and Nationality / Prisons and Prisoners' Rights / Road Traffic read more...

Cartwright King

Majority House, Lodge Lane, Derby, DE1 3WD more info...

0843 0053 807

Areas of law:

Criminal Defence / Higher Courts Advocacy / Immigration and Nationality / Mental Health / Prisons and Prisoners' Rights read more...

Cartwright King

4th Floor, St James House, Vicar Lane, Sheffield, S1 2EX more info...

0843 0053 806

Areas of law:

Criminal Defence / Higher Courts Advocacy / Immigration and Nationality / Mental Health / Prisons and Prisoners' Rights read more...

Mackesys

207 New Cross Road, London, SE14 5UH more info...

08430051872

Areas of law:

Crime (General) / Criminal Defence / Criminal Litigation / Fraud / Motoring Offences read more...

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The Firm operates under two distinct identities: www. read more...

The Johnson Partnership

Cannon Court Yard, off Long Row, Nottingham, NG1 6JE more info...

0843 0052 127

Areas of law:

Adjudication / Child Abuse Law / Crime (General) / Criminal Defence / Criminal Litigation read more...

Profile:

We aim to provide a top quality service for: - Anyone detained at a police station, under arrest or as a volunteer - Anyone bailed to return to a police station at a later date - Anyone charged or summonsed to appear before a Magistrate's court - Anyone being investigated by the SFO, DTI, FSA, DWP, Trading Standards or HM Revenue & Customs - Anyone appearing before the Crown Court - Anyone appearing before the Court of Appeal - Anyone whose parole licence has been revoked - Anyone wanting to take a case to the Criminal Cases Review Commission - Anyone wanting to take a case to the Independent Police Complaints Commission - Anyone appearing before a discretionary lifer board - Anyone with problems arising out of the law relating to prisoners - Anyone experiencing difficulties with Professional or Supervisory bodies Our staff are to be well trained, pleasant and patient. read more...

The Johnson Partnership

North Nottinghamshire Business Centre, 32-34 Rosemary Street, Mansfield, NG18 1QL more info...

0843 0051 985

Areas of law:

Adjudication / Child Abuse Law / Crime (General) / Criminal Defence / Criminal Litigation read more...

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