Expert help – when you urgently need it.
Our Team of Criminal Law Solicitors are standing by, ready to represent you in any criminal legal action where you already are (or may become) the defendant.
Our Criminal Law Solicitors will use all their expertise to assist you in your dealings with An Garda Siochana or any other Government Agency such as the Health & Safety Authority, HIQA, Tusla or any other institution who can bring people before the Courts on a criminal prosecution.
We will professionally represent you in any appearance before any Court in the land from the District Court right up to the High Court or Supreme Court – including the Circuit, Central Criminal & Special Criminal Courts.
We are part of the Free Criminal Legal Aid scheme in Louth, Meath, Cavan, Monaghan and Dublin and can facilitate clients in all other counties throughout Ireland if needed.
We have successfully defended many cases relating to a wide range of alleged Criminal Law offences including:
- Road Traffic Matters
- Public Order Offences
- Sexual Offences
- Membership of an Illegal Organisation
- Murder Cases
- Drug Offences
- Burglary and Theft
- European Arrest Warrants
- Judicial Reviews
- High Court Bail Applications
We also advise on Corporate Crime, which can involve matters such as Breaches of Health & Safety Regulations and Company and Environmental Law.
If you become involved in any situation where you may face a criminal prosecution, always be aware that it is your constitutional right to speak to a solicitor before answering any questions or replying to any charges that may be put to you.
What is Criminal Law?
People often ask what is Criminal Law? The answer is that Criminal Law involves prosecution by the Government of a person for an act that has been classified as a crime. Criminal law involves a system of legal rules designed to keep the public safe and deter wrongful conduct. Civil cases, on the other hand, involve individuals and organisations seeking to resolve legal disputes.
No citizen of the state is immune from criminal law prosecution. This can take the form of a traffic offence, drink driving or prosecution pursued by the DPP. In relation to any criminal law matter we ensure that our client’s constitutional rights are fully protected and that fair procedures and processes are adhered too. We seek to achieve the best possible outcome in relation to the circumstances of the matter before the Courts.