Serious Crime

EBR Attridge LLP have a proven track record in defending serious and complex cases.

We understand that being accused of a crime is a serious and worrying time.  Our experience and sensitivity in this area provides our clients with the ability to prepare and positively defend themselves against any such charges.  Fore warned is fore armed and preparation is key in getting the best and deserved outcome, its all we do.

We act for our clients nationally and have particular expertise in the below cases;

  • Organised Crime, including Blackmail, Bribery and Corruption
  • Murder
  • Manslaughter
  • Other offences of violence
  • Drug Offences
  • Public Order
  • Extradition
  • Data Protection and Computer Misuse
  • Sexual Offences
  • Pornography and Images Cases
  • Arms Cases
  • Kidnap
  • Conspiracies
  • Robberies
  • Burglary and other thefts

With a wealth of experience we can offer our clients levels of service second to none from the initial advice and representation at the outset of any criminal investigation (warrant executions, Police station attendance for any reason) through to all stages of any court process as well as any ancillary applications that could be made on your behalf. Our team is able to offer its knowledge of serious, complicated, and complex case issues in preparing any client for the matter ahead ensuring that you get the best advice at the right time.

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Latest news

Encrochat

 11th Feb 2021

Encrochat   A vast number of cases are awaiting a criminal trial that will rely, to a greater or lesser extent, on the admissibility of communications made via the supposedly highly encrypted Encrochat service. &... Read more

Sentencing for Drugs Offences

 28th Jan 2021

Sentencing for Drugs Offences   New sentencing guidelines for some drugs offences will come in to force on 1 April 2021 and will apply to all cases sentenced on or after that date.   The update is to reflec... Read more

Three strikes and the minimum sentence

 11th Jan 2021

Three strikes and the minimum sentence The Defence applied successfully for the sentence imposed in the above to be varied pursuant to section 155 of the Powers of Criminal Courts (Sentencing) Act 2000 (PCCSA). The a... Read more

Latest case studies

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
R v SD-J (2006) Vince Reveglia successfully defended a client charged with serious allegations of conspiracy to import drugs into the UK from Guyana and manufacturing 'crack cocaine' believed to be valued in the region of £300 million. The gang had devised a complex international route by which cocaine paste and liquid would reach B... Read more