We need to clear up a few incorrect facts about our fee system please note the following;
We offer FREE initial advice- This means we offer either a free consultation with a expert at the office or free expert advice over the telephone.
We offer FREE police station representation- We can arrange for a legal representative to attend at a police interview with you.
We offer a initial investigation service for a small fee of £180.00 this is for cases where dogs have been seized by police and no proceedings have yet to take place. We have managed to get involved early in many of these case and have had dogs returned without the need to go to court.
If cases proceed to court we do offer legal aid. However whether you qualify for legal aid will be determined by the offence you have been charged with and your individual means. Please note there may be contributions required in legal aid cases, this usually occurs in crown court matters, whether you will be made subject to contributions will be determined by the legal aid agency. If you do receive a contribution notice requiring a substantial monthly amount we are able to provide you with the option of a fixed fee on a private paying basis which may be cheaper.
If legal aid is not available we do offer a flexible fixed fee system.
For any further information about any of this please call our office on 0151 4804061
After losing Jess who was a key member of our team we have gained a new member everyone welcome Elle.
Elle is our newest recruit here she will no doubt be a valued member of the team.
We have a few things happening all at once in the coming weeks.
Leah who is our office manager/ senior case worker here will be starting maternity leave in the coming weeks as she is expecting a baby girl in a few weeks. Her cases will be handed over to other members of the team while she is away.
Another new recruit, Ellie, will be starting on the 4th June. Ellie is studying law in Liverpool she will be working on all our dog cases.
We hope to continue with the success we had last year and hope to save just as may dogs as 2017 if not more.