Company News Articles
Catch up with the latest goings-on in our Company News section. Here you will find a whole host of articles detailing our achievements, our work in the community, our wonderful staff, our clients – and what they think of us.
We are proud to welcome Peter Malone who joins us as an Associate Solicitor-Advocate from a Cheshire firm. Peter holds Rights of Audience in the Higher Courts and will conduct work for Mortons Solicitors at both Magistrates & Crown Courts.
We are fully operational over Xmas – someone is “on call” 24 / 7, to provide assistance with Police interviews, Court appearances and telephone advice.
Whilst uncommon, “Misconduct in Public Office” is often an offence which carries serious consequences. Here we look at recent proposals by the Law Commission.
04/11/2020 – Vacancy for a Solicitor We are seeking to expand our team and now have an opening for a fully qualified Solicitor. The Ideal Candidate will • participate in our out of hours police station rota (overtime paid)• be ambitious & motivated to achieve...
We are delighted that Simon and Lisa Morton have been listed as “Preeminent” in the Doyle’s Guide for Criminal Lawyers in Manchester.
28/09/2020 – Vacancy for a Paralegal An excellent opportunity has arisen at Morton’s Solicitors. We are established Criminal Defence Specialists with a strong reputation, and winners Crime Team of the Year at the Manchester Legal Awards in 2020 & 2018. We...
03/06/2020 – Vacancy for a Legal Cashier We are recruiting! We are looking for an experienced legal cashier to join our practice. The full time role requires an individual who is skilled at independent working and ideally has experience in a legal aid practice. The...
Amid the Covid-19 crisis, a new police station interview protocol has been set-out to help ensure detainees get the legal representation they are entitled to.
As we are currently in a state of lockdown, the Government have amended The Road Traffic Act 1988 to allow for a six month extension for pending MOT tests.
As the country enters the second week of “lockdown” to help combat the Covid-19 virus, we look at what laws are in place – and what the possible penalties are.