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Unfortunately Buxton Magistrates Court closed on 29th June 2016. The Courthouse served North-West Derbyshire including High Peak areas.
Today we are delighted to confirm that Simon Morton, managing director of this practice has been appointed as the new President of Stockport Incorporated Law Society 1875.
Mortons Solicitors specialise in defending both private clients and legal aid clients with niche areas of criminal law. General Crime, Serious Sexual Offences, Motoring Offences, Regulatory Crime Including Inquests.
We are a busy firm of specialist criminal defence lawyers seeking to recruit an audio/legal typist. The role will involve mostly audio typing letters and other documents, receiving a channelling telephone calls and taking messages.
Merry Xmas to all, but before we all celebrate the New Year, that may turn out to be an unhappy one for some, we have a new offence of Domestic Abuse under Section 76 of Serious Crime Act 2015 – Controlling or coercive behaviour in an intimate or family relationship which comes into force from 29th December 2015.
From 24th December 2015 the Criminal Court Charge no longer applies which will be welcome relief to defendants appearing before the Criminal Courts in England and Wales.
Mortons Solicitors wish our clients a happy christmas and happy new year. Over the festive period Mortons Solicitors office opens on reduced hours on the following days.
Mortons Solicitors are delighted to announce that we have been successful in our bid for the Greater Manchester Procurement Area for a Duty Provider Crime Contract from the Legal Aid Agency to start from January 2016.
Congratulations to Karl Benson on qualifying as a solicitor and being admitted to the roll of solicitors. Karl has been working hard to finally qualify as a solicitor for the past two years as a trainee, as well as increasing his Crown Court caseload and representing clients day and night at the police station
Rachel Shenton of 18 St John Street Chambers Manchester, is a barrister who has a well-earned reputation both prosecuting and defending serious sexual offences.