In our experience it is easy for a person to find themselves falsely accused of assault.

A night out in the city centre can take a drastic turn for the worse when upon being attacked a person who defends themselves can end up in police custody accused of being the wrongdoer

Also In recent years police and crown prosecution service policy has changed and they will now take seriously, for better or worse, any accusation of violence within a domestic context. This can include allegations made by partners, spouses, siblings or parents. We know from our experience of representing our clients how upsetting this can be.

It is our role to defend you. Whether that be by representing you in a police station interview or in court. Often ensuring that witnesses and evidence the benefit your case are not lost or ignored by the prosecution.

It is crucial that you have early advice as the steps taken in the initial stages  in the case can have a big impact on the outcome.