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Crime and fraud

When you find yourself involved in a criminal investigation or court case it can be overwhelming so having some experience and expertise on your side will really help your cause. Being accused of a crime is serious and you will need to ensure you have the best possible representation both at the police station and in court if your case goes forward. We’re here to help.

At the police station our solicitors will advise you what options you have when answering the questions asked by the police. If you are in custody our solicitors will try to get you bail.  Should the case go to Court you can be sure that our solicitors will ensure your defence is well prepared so you get the best result.

To contact our criminal law team just click here to find your local Hine Solicitors and give us a call. Or to find out more information on our services take a look at:

Arrests

If you’ve been arrested or charged with an offence you’ll need to have expert support to protect your rights. Our solicitors can analyse, advise and prepare your case.

Summons

Receiving a summons can be worrying and being involved in a criminal investigation can be a long and time-consuming activity.  Instead of worrying about what the outcome might be, you’ll find talking to one of our experts in criminal law will make sure everything is clear.

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