RobberyOur Serious Crime department have a wealth of experience in dealing with the most serious & high-profile of cases.

You need a lawyer you can trust to achieve the best possible outcome for you.

Robbery cases are only dealt with in the Crown Court.

It is quite likely that you will face the prospect of a lengthy prison sentence.

You should not face prosecution for an offence of this type without legal representation.

Have you been invited to attend a police station? Some of the most important decisions made in relation to a case are made at the police station. If Morton’s solicitors are involved at an early stage of an investigation, we are often able to affect the outcome.

You are not obliged to say anything to the police and we advise all clients to maintain their right to silence until they speak with us.

A case can proceed solely on admissions made to the police without the need for witnesses to ever attend court.

You are entitled to have a solicitor present free of charge at any police interview. This is true for what may seem to be the most trivial offence. You should never be interviewed without legal representation.
It is quite likely that you will face the prospect of a prison sentence.

Successfully defending an allegation of robbery often involves:-

• Detailed expert analysis of the prosecution evidence and exhibits

• Expert cross examination of the prosecution witnesses

• Cross examining police officers

• The instruction of forensic experts in fingerprinting , DNA or cell site analysis (mobile phone reports)

• Preparing detailed plans, diagrams and photographs of the scene

• Site visits

• Meteorological reports

• Preparing defence witness statements

Mortons Solicitors can advise you and provide expert representation. Call us now for immediate advice on 0161 477 1121

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