Recent high profile scandals involving sexual offences have led to significant changes in the way alleged sex crimes are investigated.
Police and prosecutors now adopt a different and more radical approach to the investigation of sexual offences and sexual crimes, which means many alleged historical offences are now coming to light. Many such sexual assault or rape allegations may have taken place a long time ago and many are untrue or based on flimsy evidence and unreliable testimony. If you have been accused of such an offence, or believe that you may be, you will need to discuss this matter confidentially with an experienced solicitor as you may need assistance at the police station and representation at court.
Our experienced team understand the distress and anxiety that is caused by allegations of a sexual nature, and are best placed to provide legal counsel and support. The firm as a whole, and Nick Brett the partner with responsibility for this department, are both recommended in this field in leading directories such as Chambers and Partners and the Legal 500.
How our sexual offence solicitors can help:
We understand the potential impact of such accusations, and work completely confidentially. Our relationships with our clients are based on a mutual feeling of trust, and we pride ourselves on achieving the highest possible standards. This focus on high standards is reflected in everything we do.
Our experienced solicitors have years of experience representing clients accused of sexual crimes including sexual assault and rape. We are available to meet with you for a confidential consultation, to represent you at the police station and to provide high quality representation for any court proceedings. We only use the best specialist counsel to defend prosecutions in this field.
What you should do:
Brett Wilson LLP has a breadth of experience within this area of criminal law and are best placed to defend clients facing sex crime charges, whether they relate to historical incidents or recent alleged offences. Contact us on 020 3740 4704 for a confidential discussion, send us an email or complete our online enquiry form and one of our specialist solicitors will be in touch as soon as possible.