Solicitors can be duistinguished apart from barrsiters by their role outside of the courts in dealing directly with clients and their interests. Barristers predominately work within the courts in front of judges and solicitors normally work alongside barristers. The term “lawyer” is a generic description of a person who works within the legal profession so can include solicitor and barristers. Some solicitors can work in the higher courts if they are a solicitor advocate.
A barrister is a professional person trained to represent individuals and companies in UK Magistrates and Higher Courts. The aim of using a barrister is to formally structure a clients viewpoint into legal arguments to obtain the best possible outcome for the client.Read More
If you have been arrested on suspicion of committing an offence, you have certain rights when you are being questioned. The Police will read their police caution to you whilst the questioning is recorded.Read More
If you’re arrested you are normally taken to a police station where they will hold you in custody, normally in a cell, and then question you. You are then either released or charged with a crime.Read More
Sustaining an injury when someone has been negligent can cause significant problems. It can result in losses and can lead to complex legal problems. At times of distress you need a legal expert on your side. Read More