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Can’t Pay Your Fine?

Can’t Pay Your Fine?

If you’ve received a court summons for failing to pay a fine, or have received a fine that you have no means to pay then you’ve come to the right place. A quick phone call to Leslie Franks Solicitors could make all the difference and save you money. CALL FREE ON 0800 6127128

Have you been arrested or held for questioning by the Police?

Have you been arrested or held for questioning by the Police?

Leslie Franks provide free and independent police station advice. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week across London and the South East.

Do you need advice or legal representation  in court?

Do you need advice or legal representation in court?

Each member of the Leslie Franks team is equipped with the experience and legal knowledge to provide you with the best advice and representation.

Have you been accused of involvement in online crime?

Have you been accused of involvement in online crime?

Leslie Franks have a specialist team who can provide advice and representation 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on all areas of cyber crime.

Do you risk losing your driving licence?

Do you risk losing your driving licence?

Leslie Franks Solicitors have considerable experience in defending motorists who face losing their licence.


Notable Cases

Over the past 10 years, Leslie Franks Solicitors has gained national recognition for its work on many high-profile public cases. Below are just some of our most recent notable cases.

 

R v JR 

Multi-Handed attempted murder, involving the gangland shooting of a rival drug dealer. 

 

R v MA

acquitted of Sexual Assault on ground of Insanity, Highbury Corner Youth Court 

 

R v S (2013) 

contested football banning order for defendant with over 200 previous convictions. Successfully fought the application in the Magistrates Court.  

 

R v BS (2016) 

The successful defence of a ‘Fathers for Justice’ campaigner; Rachel identified evidential flaws in the Prosecution evidence and once these had been highlighted to the CPS the case was discontinued. 

 

R v S & others (2012) 

Our client was accused on a multi-handed indictment of defrauding the mobile phone Company O2 to the value of £4 million. This was an international revenue share fraud, involving tens of thousands of pages of evidence served electronically. Following an acceptable plea to a reduced role in the fraud our client achieved a non-custodial sentence.

 

R v G (2012) 

Individual accused of defrauding HMRC to the value of over £6 million by submitting false tax returns as a self-styled accountant for fictitious clients in the UK, Portugal and South Africa.  This case involved gathering evidence from foreign jurisdictions during complex and high value confiscation proceedings. 

 

R v JD others (2013) 

Defendant accused of participating in the Anonymous/Lulzsec group of cyber hackers.  This case was prosecuted by the police specialist e-crime unit and involved evidence from foreign jurisdictions and the case attracted widespread press interest.  

 

R v K & others (2012) 

The defence of one of a group alleged to have utilised bank account details obtained through a Trojan virus and emptying bank accounts by the use of mules.  This matter involved an extremely large quantity of evidence and required detailed analysis of inter-relationships between parties. 

 

R v T (2012) 

Our client was accused of being part of a group who set up and disseminated a Trojan virus and then used the bank account details to fund his lifestyle, he was alleged to have set up and operated a forum for criminals to network. 

 

R v HN (2012) 

The defence of a youth charged together with seven other defendants accused of ambushing and attacking another young male as he was in a nightclub.  This case involved detailed forensic evidence, numerous witnesses, and hours of CCTV footage.  

 

R v EM (2013)   

Our client was accused of the murder of a relative celebrating his birthday at home. We secured a range of expert reports which showed our client had been in a “delirium” caused by the combined effects of the ingestion of alcohol, a urinary tract infection and the onset of dementia. As a result of our efforts the Prosecution accepted a guilty plea to manslaughter and our client received a suspended sentence to allow him to receive appropriate mental health intervention and support from social services.          

 

R v D (2012)

Representation of one of several defendants accused of starting the fire that closed the M1 motorway in April 2011, causing £4.5 million of damage and closing a 6.5 mile stretch of the motorway for several days. 

 

R v RJ (2012) 

Our client was charged with being part of a gang of thieves carrying out smash and grab raids on motorcycles at West End shops.  The value of the conspiracy was set at over £1 million.  We secured an acquittal for our client of the most serious charges and he was sentenced according to the “basis of plea” put forward in relation to his other charges.  

 

R v G (2012) 

Successful defence of client accused of two murders committed days apart whereby the bodies were set alight to cover up the offence.  We raised complex arguments as to causation so as to successfully challenge the prosecution experts stated cause of death. 

 

R v EM (2013)   

Our client was accused of the murder of a relative celebrating his birthday at home. We secured a range of expert reports which showed our client had been in a “delirium” caused by the combined effects of the ingestion of alcohol, a urinary tract infection and the onset of dementia. As a result of our efforts the Prosecution accepted a guilty plea to manslaughter and our client received a suspended sentence to allow him to receive appropriate mental health intervention and support from social services.          

 

Call us now on 0844 414 6035

Early advice is crucial if you have been arrested or accused of a criminal offence. Our team of specialist criminal lawyers ensure our clients are properly represented and informed. Call us now to discuss your case.

 

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