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George More Based in the Edinburgh area More and Company specialise in criminal defence. Widely regarded as one of the leading criminal firms in Scotland, we have offices in Edinburgh, East Lothian and the Scottish Borders. We are however available for instruction in any criminal court in Scotland. At More and Company, we are acutely aware of the stress and anxiety which can be caused merely by being accused of a criminal offence.

We pride ourselves on the meticulous preparation of each and every case and the passionate defence of it in court. If you need a solicitor specialising in criminal defence around the Edinburgh area or if you just want a free consultation we can help.
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read more › We accept instructions in all criminal cases in Scotland, from the most minor road traffic matter in the Justice of the Peace Court to the most serious High Court case. In addition, we are available for instruction on an agency basis in courts in Edinburgh and the Scottish Borders and regularly represent persons in proceedings before the Parole Board. As a Solicitor-Advocate with rights of audience in the High Court of Justiciary and The Supreme Court, Richard Souter is available for instruction in the High Court including in all categories of appeal.

read more › Kathleen More is one of Scotland's best known criminal defence solicitors and one of the most successful. Operating all around the Edinburgh area, she is best known for having secured acquittals for high profile Accused at trial. She has had considerable success in Scotland's Appeal Court also, having achieved the overturning of convictions for both murder and rape. Kathleen also tutors the next generation of lawyers, teaching the Edinburgh University Diploma Year course in Criminal Court Practice.

read more › All of our solicitors are registered with the Scottish Legal Aid Board to provide criminal legal assistance although in every case the first meeting is free. Criminal Legal Aid is primarily means tested. Generally speaking, to be financially eligible for Legal Aid, you require to have disposable income below around 200-240 per week and disposable capital below 1,700 although these figures are reviewed annually. At More and Company, we only charge privately in cases where the Legal Aid route is not available or has been exhausted.

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