How we won the case !!

Our client was arrested for allegations of s18 Wounding, Possession of a Firearm. It was alleged he had attended the victim’s house and shot him at point blank range. Read how we won the case

Duracell Energy Drink Fraud – NOT GUILTY !!

The famous Duracell name in an elaborate scam to sell international rights to a non-existent energy drink.

Also on the trial was a Bradford criminal solicitor who allegedly “nobbled” witnesses and was filmed handing over money to buy their silence.

Revenge Killing- Aquittal !!!

GR was the first defendant of 9 accused of a planned revenge shooting.

Arrested by the Police ?

Governed by section 24 and Code G of PACE, arrests must follow a number of rules to be legal and legitimate. GQS Solicitors has a number of trained lawyers and police station representatives on hand to provide you with detailed advice at the earliest stages

Interview at the Police Station

When being interviewed it is important to remain calm and seek expert advice. GQS Solicitors has a wealth of experience in assisting and advising in police interviews to ensure the best result for you.

Which Court?

WHY SOME CASES REMAIN IN MAGISTRATES’ COURT AND OTHERS GO TO THE CROWN COURT?
“THE COURT YOUR CASE WILL GO TO DEPENDS ON THE TYPE OF CRIMINAL OFFENCE YOU ARE FACING. THERE ARE 3 TYPES”

Boiler Room Fraud

R-v-T and Others 2019 – Southwark Crown Court

Released Under Investigation

The Policing and Crime Act 2017 came into force on the 3rd April 2017. This Act brought in changes to the way the Police deal with suspects who have been arrested and where there is a need for further investigation.

Will I Be Prosecuted ?

Most prosecutions in England & Wales are carried out by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS).  Some lower level offences like low value shoplifting can be commenced by the police without being referred to the CPS (although if the case goes to court they must be reviewed by the CPS before the first hearing at the Magistrates’ Court takes place).

What is a Criminal Case?

If you are charged with a crime at the police station the answer to this question will probably be pretty obvious. On the other hand, if you receive paperwork through your door telling you to go to court the answer is not always so clear. Either way, here is a short guide to help you.