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Elliot Mather LLP has a number of specialist Magistrates Court Teams throughout the East Midlands.
The teams have vast experience in all cases heard in the Magistrates Court. We will guide you through the process, advise you on your options and provide you with the best representation at court.
We will obtain from the Crown Prosecution Service the details of the case being brought against you in advance of the first hearing and advise you on whether or not you have a credible defence to the charges that you face. This firm has successfully defended people charged with offences that span the whole spectrum of the criminal law including but not limited to the following:-
|Assault||Assault Police||Benefit Fraud|
|Bladed Article||Breach of Community Orders||Breach of Protective Orders|
|Breach of Suspender Sentence Orders||Careless Driving||Child Cruelty|
|Communication Network Offences||Criminal Damage||Cultivate/ Production Cannabis|
|Dangerous Dogs||Dangerous Driving||Driving Whilst Disqualified|
|Excess Alcohol||Football related offences||Fraud|
|GBH/ABH||Going Equipped||Handling Stolen goods|
|Harassment||Motoring Theft||Offensive Weapon|
|Possession with intent to supply||Public Order Offences||Racially Aggravated Public Order|
|Sexual offences||Taking without consent||Witness Intimidation|
We are qualified to undertake all matters and will advise you on the most suitable form of funding.
Please contact our Magistrates Court Team on email@example.com
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