Criminal Law Solicitors UK have got your back
Our Criminal Law Solicitors UK understand how perplexing, frustrating, and stressful these situations may be, especially when they involve the possibility of life-altering consequences if you are convicted of a crime. That is why you need competent criminal defence lawyers on your side from the beginning to protect your rights and get the best possible outcome.
With CAS, you have the best team at your support
Our specialist Criminal Law Solicitors at CAS have worked on several high-profile cases across the UK. We have earned an excellent reputation and track record of success in defending clients in the Magistrates’ Court, Youth Court, Crown Court, Court of Appeal, and, if necessary, the Supreme Court.
We have a proven track record of assisting clients in avoiding charges, obtaining early acquittals, and winning not guilty verdicts in court, as well as obtaining reduced penalties when a conviction cannot be avoided.
Because of our extensive knowledge and experience in the criminal justice system, you may be assured that your case is in the most dedicated and skilled hands possible. To assist you through this tough period, we will provide precise information in plain English as well as compassionate personal support.
Our criminal law solicitors in UK have a wealth of knowledge in the following areas:
- 365 days a year, legal assistance is available in person and over the phone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- In every language, you can get clear, practical legal counsel
- Representation across various locations in the UK
- Representatives from accredited police stations can assist you during a police interview
So, please contact one of our professional criminal defence solicitors as soon as possible, whether you’ve been charged with a crime, have been arrested, charged, released on bail, or are simply concerned about your legal situation.
When you’re arrested, can cops inspect your phone?
The police have the right under current UK law to examine the data on your phone if they have reasonable grounds to suspect it contains evidence related to a crime. However, our experience and data from police forces across the UK demonstrate that police officer frequently download and keep data from suspects’, victims’, and witnesses’ mobile devices.
As a result, you should expect authorities to access your phone and obtain and store data like text messages, WhatsApp messages, and photos if they believe they have legitimate grounds to do so. To know more about such rules, consult a solicitor at CAS.