You have a right to legal advice while in a police station. It is best you use it. A call to McMillan Williams will secure clear and considered advice throughout the course of the police investigation and subsequent court proceedings. We frequently act in cases which are being investigated and prosecuted by agencies, included but not limited to the Crown Prosecution Services, Her Majesties Revenue and Customs, National Crime Agency, Department of Health, Local Authorities, the Post Office.
We offer a 24-hour, seven-day-a-week service for suspects detained in police custody. Our skilled and experienced criminal law solicitors will be able to advise you on the telephone, or in person, day or night, regarding your rights and the best way to respond to police questioning in an interview.
MW can represent you at the Police Station in the event you are arrested, regardless of circumstances.
We can come to you any time of the day, any day of the year, and it is always absolutely free of charge.
McMillan Williams has substantial experience of acting for people who have had problems with the police, prison service and private bailiffs
These cases can be particularly stressful, given the opposition, and we aim to help move you through your issue with the minimum amount of stress so you can focus on what's ahead rather than what's behind.
For a free initial assessment of whether you might have a valid claim, send us the details, get in touch
As a professional, being accused of fraud or dishonesty is a devastating blow. We understand that and we can help
At McMillan Williams we have a wealth of experience of helping people accused of fraud and serious offences of dishonesty. You can be assured that we will be with you from start to finish; advising, guiding and representing you at every stage with the utmost skill and discretion.
You are legally and lawfully living in the UK and are being required to leave the country to face trial or serve a prison sentence
Extradition is the process by which those wanted to stand trial or serve a prison sentence abroad are sought.
The procedure was radically revised by the Extradition Act 2003, which sought to streamline the process within the E.U. by the introduction of the controversial European Arrest Warrant.
As a result of this and the increasingly international nature of many criminal investigations, the number of extradition requests has dramatically increased. We are specialists in the law and procedure of extradition and have been involved in many ground-breaking legal challenges to requests emanating from all over the world.
We recognise that being the subject of an extradition request can be incredibly traumatic for clients and their families. It is therefore essential to have expert representation from the outset. MW's specialist extradition team are expert in fighting any type of extradition based on technical, procedural and, in particular, human rights grounds. No matter which country is attempting to extradite you, your best chance lies with a specialist team in your corner.
With McMillan Williams you can rest assured that you will receive specialist advice and representation of the very highest quality. Call us today on 020 3551 8500 or email us at email@example.com
Mental Health difficulties are often unrecognised and even more commonly misunderstood. Unfortunately this poor understanding can have serious consequences
Our specialist Mental Health team can help provide all the insight, support and expertise you need to make sure your issue is treated quickly, fairly and legally.