12CP Barristers consist of many experienced practitioners with a range of knowledge covering all facets of Criminal law.
We pride ourselves on the wide range of experience we have developed over many years working both for individuals as well as major corporations and various local businesses.
We can assist you with a variety of aspects of Criminal Law such as:
If you have been issued with an enforcement notice or summons of any description we can advise and represent you according to your needs.
Direct Access enables you to come straight to a Barrister of your own choice who will give you straightforward, thorough and specialist advice on every aspect of your case and the options that might be open to you.
We are in an excellent position to advise and inform you of the best tactics and strategies to adopt from the outset and you will have total control over what you decide to spend.
We are there to represent you throughout the whole case from giving initial advice, to the day when you actually may appear in Court.
A specialist advocate in either the Crown Court or before the Magistrates can make a significant difference to the end result and could help save unnecessary costs.
View some of our Criminal Law Testimonials.
Contacting a Barrister is not a daunting experience. We are approachable and we understand your needs.
When initially contacting us, please make sure you can tell us what official documents you have been served, and whether there is a hearing pending at any court or tribunal. It is also important to know when and where the hearing is, and the date of the decision you are appealing against, just in case there are statutory time limits that need to be complied with.
From the first point of contact with the Clerks, you can expect initial communication from a Barrister within 24 hours, and a face-to-face meeting or telephone call when next convenient to both parties.
If you have a very urgent matter we can normally deal with it within a few hours, providing the necessary Barrister is available.
We aim to provide any written documents you require within 14 days, dependent on the complexity of your case and what your needs might be.