Criminal Litigation

We support our clients in any criminal matter ranging from serious fraud to sexual offences, modern slavery to murder, and money laundering. We are available 24 hours a day to support you from the initial call about a problem through to representation in court to ensure you have the right advice at every step.

We are top-ranked in the legal directories for our work with clients facing criminal investigations and prosecutions. Our advice often starts with supporting our clients at police station interviews and then navigating the potential investigation and proceedings. We often represent individuals in the public eye as well as business owners and professionals. We are increasingly supporting young people involved in allegations to help protect them from career-limiting consequences following a prosecution. For all our clients,  once the investigation is over, we are ready to deal with any fallout and help you put your life back together. Criminal allegations can sometimes mean it is more difficult to travel to certain countries and we will help ensure that, wherever possible, you can live your life as you need to.

Criminal Litigation
As part of the Criminal Court Appeals procedure a convicted offender may appeal against conviction, sentence, or both, in England and Wales, on a number of grounds depending upon the particular circumstances of each case. Whilst there is a readily available entitlement to lodge an Appeal, the process can be complicated, will be dependent upon […]
Criminal Litigation, Sexual Offences
The Team at KANGS successfully defended a client charged with three counts of sexual assault under section 3 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003 (‘the Act’). Following a six-day trial at Birmingham Crown Court, the Jury unanimously acquitted our client of all counts after only two and a half hours deliberation. John Veale of KANGS […]
Criminal Litigation
Campaigners have long argued that the cases crossing the threshold for custody involving pregnant women and new mothers should be given special consideration due to the heightened risks faced by expectant women in prison settings. Recent incidents, such as Rianna Cleary's tragic loss of her newborn at HMP Bronzefield in 2019 and Louise Powell's solitary […]

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