There is no automatic right to an appeal against a conviction or sentence from the Crown Court, permission to appeal will need to be granted by the Court of Appeal before they hear your case. The law in this area is complex and any potential appellant will require specialist advice if they are to give themselves the best chance of success.

Our appeal department deals solely in advising clients who want to appeal but have either been told that they don't have grounds to appeal by their original solicitors or barrister or have been given no advice at all. We have provided positive advice in many of these cases and successfully contested numerous full hearings before the Court of Appeal.

We will work closely with you to ensure that all of your grievances with the safety of your conviction and/or the length of your sentence are fully addressed by an independent barrister with experience in appealing cases in which they were not instructed in the Crown Court.

Do you need legal advice? (Clear-cut advice on your legal issues)

For further information on how we can help you to resolve your legal issues, speak to a member of our team today on 02078681747. Alternatively, use the enquiry form to request a consultation with one of our solicitors.