If your case has just been escalated from the Magistrates’ to the Crown Court, you no doubt feel stressed and unsettled right now. After all, the Crown Court is where the most serious cases, with the most severe punishments, are held.
The good news is that the right team of Crown Court solicitors can make all the difference to the outcome of your trial. Indeed, if you are looking for a positive outcome, continue reading to find out how the dedicated and seasoned team at JD Solicitors can help.
The Crown Court is one of the 3 senior courts under England and Wales law, carrying out 4 different types of activity, namely:
Crown Courts can often deal with the most serious criminal allegations and offences where a judge and jury will often be present to cast judgement on the defendant(s).
For the most favourable outcome, you need a solicitor that specialises in the court in which your case is being heard. Therefore whether you are on bail or currently in custody, if your case is due to be heard in the crown court, working without our dedicated crown court department can make all the difference.
Our crown court department is home to seasoned legal professionals that successfully deal with trials for serious offences on a day-to-day basis. With them in charge of your case, you can be sure that you will receive the best support and defence possible.
Put simply when it comes to a positive trial outcome, experience matters and here at JD Solicitors we have it in abundance. Indeed, both our lawyers and case workers are highly experienced in dealing with crown court cases and are dedicated to creating the most robust defence for you the client.
We are here to support you every step of the way, from advising you of your rights and preparing your case through to how to carry yourself in court. Our experts will work tirelessly to secure expert reports to help your case and craft the defence that maximises the possibility of a positive outcome.
Lastly, while our experts are highly qualified and great at their job they are also trained to listen, to you the client, and your needs, and wishes concerning your case. Indeed, when working with JD Solicitors, you can be sure you will always be heard.
The nature of crown court cases is that they are serious. this is because they have already been elevated from the magistrates’ court. The seriousness of your case will never phase our solicitors and caseworkers though, as we have extensive experience in dealing with a whole range of offences from murder, manslaughter, aggravated burglary, armed robbery, grievous bodily harm (GBH), rape and other sexual offences, possession with intent to supply drugs, serious fraud and firearms and other weapons offences.