Virdee Solicitors
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Virdee Solicitors Virdee Solicitors are ready to provide practical, expert, timely advice, to help assist our clients achieve justice. If you are accused of a crime and require expert legal advice, please contact us. We are recognised as one of the leading criminal defence law firms in the UK. We are able to assist on the most serious of matters and can travel nationwide to ensure the best possible outcome for our clients.

In the last few years we have represented clients on some of the most high profile cases in the country involving substantial amounts of evidence.

read more › Virdee Solicitors was formed in 2011 by Jaskiranjit Singh Virdee and Tajinder Kaur Virdee. They have practiced as criminal defence solicitors since they qualified in 2005 and 2011 respectively. With an impressive high-profile case history, they and their team represent a diverse client base, from their west London based offices on Kensington High Street, W8. The firm of Virdee Solicitors represents its clients from the police station, to appearances in the Magistrates' Court, the Crown Court and beyond.

read more › We have particular experience and expertise in gun crime and gun related murders having successfully defended many people on such charges. Through dealing with these matters we are fully aware of not just the immense pressure defendants are under through being charged with these offences but also aware of police practices which can result in witnesses being pressured to give false accounts. Murder is considered one of the most heinous crimes, and it carries penalties that are appropriately lengthy as a result.

read more › If you, or a loved one, are accused of murder, then it is vital that you get experienced legal representation as soon as possible. The sentence for this offence means life in prison, and the ability to successfully argue one of the three partial defences that exist can mean the difference between a murder and manslaughter charge. Although the latter is still considered extremely serious, and carries serious penalties, it will typically mean a shorter term, when it comes to sentencing. The prosecution must prove that the defendant set out to cause serious harm to the victim, and that their actions directly led to the death of the individual.

read more › There are many drug offences that a person may be investigated, tried, and prosecuted for. While some, such as the possession of a class C drug, have relatively lenient sentences, this can quickly change if investigators and the prosecution believe that you are part of a production or distribution ring. The sentence that you receive will be dependent on many factors, including the class of the drug in question, the amount, and your level of involvement, but considerable prison sentences are possible for some of the more serious charges.

read more › While rape and sexual assault are two of the most serious sexual offences, many others exist, including those that have been introduced recently especially in a bid to combat the targeting of children using the Internet. The possession of indecent images, for example, means that there are specific laws and sentencing guidelines that are used for cases that involve images of children. Grooming laws have also been introduced, making it illegal to meet up with a minor with the intent of sexual activity.

read more › There are many road traffic offences that you may be penalised for. These can range from those with a relatively minor penalty, such as jumping a red light to a speeding offence, to those that carry automatic disqualification and even prison sentences, such as causing death by dangerous or reckless driving. The majority of offences not only carry the potential for a financial penalty, but the issuance of penalty points onto a driving licence. Once a driver reaches 12 points, they will be disqualified from driving under the totting up procedure.

read more › We have a legal aid contract to help fund most types of criminal defence work which are covered by legal aid. Some cases, such as speeding and drink driving are not covered and would need to be funded on a private basis. Yes we can. After you have been arrested it is always best to get legal representation as soon as you can. No matter what the time of day please give us a call and we will get one of our team to you. If you are ever arrested or asked to go to the Police Station voluntarily, you are entitled to free independent legal advice no matter what your financial circumstances are.

read more › We are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). We are committed to high quality legal advice and client care and aim to offer all our clients an efficient and effective service. We are committed to high quality legal advice and client care and are keen to resolve any concerns as soon as possible and in order to do this, will follow our complaints handling procedure. If they have not already done so, we ask our clients to let us know the full nature of the problem.

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