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Emery Halil & Brown Solicitors The purpose of this policy is to provide diversity and equality to all we represent, irrespective of their gender, race, ethnic origin, disability, age, nationality, national origin, sexuality, religion or belief, marital status and social class. We oppose all forms of unlawful and unfair discrimination. Breaches of our diversity and equality policy will be regarded as misconduct and could lead to disciplinary proceedings.

As a dedicated supplier of legal advice our telephones are manned 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. This ensures that those arrested at any time, day or night are able to call upon our experienced staff for advice whenever required. As a firm holding a criminal franchise we are able to undertake publicly funded work, also commonly referred to as Legal Aid Work.

read more › Emery Halil and Brown (EHB) was founded in 2002 by partners Philip Emery, Canel Halil and Michael Michael. The aim of the founding Partners was to establish a specialised criminal law defence practice that would be recognised as providing a highly experienced and professional service. The Partners have between them over 50 years of criminal law experience. They are ably supported by Assistant Solicitors, Higher Court Advocates, in house Counsel and support staff who have been handpicked to ensure that the firm ethos of integrity and professionalism is maintained and the quality of service is exceptional.

read more › If you are travelling by car then we are outside of the congestion zone and there are metered parking spaces available on surrounding streets. The Kent office is located on the Davis Estate, Chatham (near Toys r us / Homebase retail park). The office is serviced by the 101 bus. If you would like to see one of our solicitors and the travel is difficult our solicitors attend Medway and Maidstone Magistrates courts on a daily basis and appointments can be arranged there.

read more › As a firm holding a criminal franchise we are able to undertake publicly funded work (Legal Aid Work). Your entitlement to Legal Aid will firstly be dependent on which stage the proceedings (against you) have reached and then may be subjected to interests of justice and means testing. We have outlined what this means below. We can assure you that every avenue will be explored to try and secure you public funding, if you are NOT eligible for public funding then we can provide a privately funded service at a highly competitive rate.

read more › Phil Emery qualified as a solicitor in 1993. He has worked in criminal law for almost 20 years and was a founding partner of Emery Halil & Brown in 2001. He has wide experience in all aspects of criminal litigation from road traffic offences through to murder, fraud and large-scale drug supply / importation. Phil routinely undertakes a cross-section of work, including advocacy, in the police station, Magistrates Courts, Youth Courts, Crown Courts and Appeal Courts. He aims at providing a friendly, confidential, non-judgemental and expert service to all his clients whatever the circumstances, and in particular continuity of representation and a personal touch.

read more › People often wonder what their basic rights are when they find themselves involved with the police and how their case will evolve through the criminal justice system. For your assistance we have outlined some interesting facts relating to the criminal justice system. This is not specific advice relating to your personal situation if you require advice then you should contact us as soon as possible on 020 8519 5500. If they suspect you've been involved in a crime, the police have a right to arrest you wherever you are when they find you.

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