As the best Violent Offence Solicitors we will discuss your case in detail and will work to provide you with the defence you deserve. Should you decide to plead guilty we will explain your case to the Court to reduce your potential sentence.
No matter what type of allegation of violence you are facing you can be sure that we have experience of dealing with it. We can represent you for any type of offence including:-
- Common Assault,
- s.47 Assault Actual Bodily Harm,
- Grievous Bodily Harms S.18 Assault,
- s.20 Assault Wounding without intent,
- Possession of a Firearm or Offensive Weapon,
- Violent Disorder,
- Obstructing a Police Officer,
- Resisting Arrest,
- Racially Aggravated Assault,
- Murder and Manslaughter.
- RSPCA Prosecutions including Animal Cruelty/Neglect
Some of the most common offences of violence with which people are accused include the following:-
Common Assault is committed when either physical contact has occurred or when an intention of fear has been caused that violence will be used. Physical contact therefore is not necessarily required for the offence to have been committed.
A conviction for Common Assault will result in a criminal record and the courts have the power to sentence you to a maximum of six months imprisonment.
If you have already been charged with an offence of Common Assault then we offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case. Legal Aid is available subject to assessment.
S.47 Assault, often referred to as ABH occurs when an injury has occurred as a result of an assault. This type of offence can be committed intentionally or recklessly and this distinction can impact upon any sentence that is passed by a court if you are convicted.
MMA are specialists in this area and if you have been arrested for ABH it is important that you seek advice immediately. MMA are available to advise, in person, free of charge around the clock. We offer an approachable, friendly service to all of our clients, explaining the law in a clear and concise manner.
If you have been charged with an offence of ABH and have a court case coming up then you can arrange a same day appointment with one of our expert solicitors with whom you will have access to on a daily basis as your case progresses.
Robbery. A person is guilty of robbery if he steals and immediately before or during he uses force or threatens to use force. Armed Robbery is a term used to describe robbery with a weapon. Robbery is a very serious offence and will always be heard before the Crown Court.
This offence is governed by the Theft Act 1968.
If convicted, a person charged with robbery can face a maximum of life imprisonment.
Evidence in these cases is often complex and lengthy. If you have been accused of Robbery, instructing a solicitor at an early stage is crucial to your chances of a successful outcome. We will offer you free independent legal advice at the police station followed by a free 30 minute consultation for you to discuss your case with us. Being charged with such a serious offence can be very worrying and we ensure that you have access to your solicitor on a daily basis should you wish to discuss any aspect of your case.
We at MMA LAW have a wealth of experience and are always happy to discuss any issues with you. We pride ourselves on being friendly and approachable and are always available. Simply call our office or emergency telephone number to discuss your case with us. We will always assess your eligibility for free representation and if you are not eligible we will provide you with an agreed fee to represent you which will not change.
We offer every client a free initial consultation for 30 minutes and will offer you a same day appointment to discuss your case in detail. Should you wish to speak to us out of hours we have an emergency telephone number and are always available to discuss any type of Violent Offences.