Our specialist areas

We act in most areas of criminal law, below are some of our common services

EBR Attridge

Experts in Criminal Law

EBR Attridge LLP is a leading criminal practice with 6 offices in the Central London area as well as Essex. We have over the past decade established ourselves as one of the leading practices in many fields.

EBR Attridge LLP employ over 100 expert Criminal Defence Lawyers including a large number of the countries best Higher Court Advocates, ensuring that we consistently exceed the expectations of clients in need of the best possible criminal defence service at anytime of the day or night. We are officially recognised for the high level of expert legal services that we deliver to our clients each year by both the Legal 500 & by SuperLawyers editions.

As one of the largest team of Expert Criminal Defence Lawyers in London, South East and Essex EBR Attridge LLP receive instructions on 8000+ criminal defence related matters annually. We handle each one with the finest attention to detail ensuring that the highest standards of case management are maintained at all times.

We provide free legal advice & representation at all police stations to any member of the public who is arrested by the police or by any other investigatory authority.

If your matter is one of a criminal nature, please do contact one of our specialist solicitors who will be able to assist you. At EBR Attridge solicitors, it's all we do.

 

 

Vince Reveglia and Warren Brazier

We are committed to providing clients with a first class service and offer expertise across the full range of criminal matters

- Vince Reveglia and Warren Brazier, Managing Partners

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Latest news

“I’m Going to Kill You!”

 20th Jun 2018

“I’m Going to Kill You!”   How many times have you said something similar?   Is it an offence?   If you make such a threat, intending that another would fear it would be carried ou... Read more

Getting Tough on Breach of Court Orders

 7th Jun 2018

Getting Tough on Breach of Court Orders   Today (7 June 2018), the Sentencing Council has published new guidelines for judges and magistrates for when they are sentencing offenders who have breached court orders.... Read more

Latest case studies

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Terrorism

 Jan 2017

Regina – v – AOK & Others – Woolwich Crown Court Operation Overt was the codename given to the surveillance operation mounted by police and intelligence services around the 2006 transatlantic aircraft plot where a group of terrorists planned to detonate liquid explosives, carried on board airliners travelling from t... Read more
R v S and Others [2013] Wood Green Crown Court - The defendant along with 6 others was arrested, charged and faced trial for their part in a large scale operation conducted by the Serious Crime Directorate. Following years of investigation in respect of one lead defendant and months of investigation involving the remaining ‘top tier... Read more