We deal with ALL common law offences; from the most minor to the most serious offence, our approach is as the same; detailed investigation that explores every avenue, pro-active and determined representation at the police station and at Court, and a commitment to providing the best advice and explanation of the law.


Our case building excellence is based on a sound knowledge of the criminal justice system and our ability to assemble first-rate evidence and documentation. We also secure the services of the highest quality experts to ensure that we get the best possible outcome for our clients.


We represent clients from the very outset of a criminal investigation, at the police station stage right to the very end, namely the trial stage. It is usually at the police station when a case is at its most vulnerable stage; where mistakes or errors of judgment could be made which in turn could result in unfavourable outcomes for those under investigation.


As Morgan Has Solicitors we have a legal aid franchise from the Legal Services Commission to be able to offer publicly funded work. Our assistance at the police station is automatically covered by the legal help scheme. Our work at the representation stage (i.e. at Court) is subject or means testing depending on your individual means.


If you or someone you know is being held out of normal office hours, waste no time in calling our emergency crime number to alert us as early as possible on 07932 374 515.


Recent Legal Developments

Strasbourg upholds right of British courts to impose whole-life terms

Whole-life tariffs are compatible with the European Convention on Human Rights and do not amount to ‘inhuman or degrading treatment’, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled. The case was taken to Europe in 2008 by Arthur

Forced marriage now a crime

Forcing someone to marry against their will is now a criminal offence. New legislation introduced on 16 June 2014 by the government is designed to help people in England and Wales. It also applies to UK nationals overseas

Supreme Court dismisses ‘right to die’ appeal

The Supreme Court dismissed the right to die appeal brought by the wife of the late Tony Nicklinson and campaigner Paul Lamb in a landmark judgment today. The appellants claimed the prohibition on assisted suicide in section 2(1)

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