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Crown Court Representation in Derby

At Broadbents Solicitors we work closely with various sets of Barristers Chambers, and we have a team of Higher Court Advocates who frequently appear before the Crown Courts. With this in mind, you can trust that when you choose a Crown Court Advocacy from Broadbents, you will receive effective legal representation.

A decision regarding the choice of Court Advocate is one that should be made with you, taking into account the nature of the case and your own wishes. Within our own Crown Court Advocacy Team in Derby, we have an extensive amount of experience in a wide range of Crown Court cases; conducting a range of hearings.

Prior to commencing work in the Crown Courts, all of our advocates have practiced for many years in the Magistrates Courts and police station. With this in mind, alongside the fact that they have all retained their positions as both police station and Court Duty Solicitors, we believe this depth of knowledge ensures we are ideally placed to assist in your case.

We believe Crown Court Advocates – be they Barristers or Solicitor Advocates – should be supported at Court to provide you with advice and assistance when you need it most. We have an experienced team of Paralegals who will help make the undoubted ordeal of appearing at Crown Court, as stress-free as possible.

Our Crown Court Advocacy Team in Derby will work tirelessly in preparing your case in order to provide the best opportunity of achieving the most favourable outcome. If you choose Broadbents Solicitors to represent you, you will be working alongside John Last, Rob Wetton, Amie Godson and Oliver Parr. To discuss your case in more detail, please telephone us on 01332 369090.

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