Our team at McGovern Court Lawyers offer friendly accessible advice and help in all types of criminal law to provide you with the necessary expertise throughout a prosecution. We cover all types of cases and in all courts throughout Scotland.
There are a variety of different road traffic offences. These range from careless driving and driving without insurance, to speeding offences and dangerous driving.It is vital that you seek help as quickly as possible, and McGovern Court Lawyers can help.
McGovern Court Lawyers carry out legal aid work. If you are charged with a criminal offence in Scotland, you may be eligible, depending upon your financial circumstances, to have a solicitor represent you without you having to pay for their services.
McGovern Court Lawyers work closely with a number of firms who specialise in civil law. We can assist you in obtaining the best possible help and representation for you.
McGovern Court Lawyers is one of Scotland’s leading firms in the practice of criminal defence work. We offer professional, friendly legal advice and representation in courts throughout Scotland. Our success is widely recognised by our growing client base and the wider legal profession. Our services are available at every stage of a police investigation or a criminal prosecution. We have vast experience in providing representation in all types of criminal cases from minor offences such as a police fixed penalty notice to the most serious type of cases which are prosecuted under Scots law.
Our Telephone Helpline service is available 24 hours a day and ALWAYS answered by one of our solicitors. As a part of our service, we regularly attend police stations throughout Scotland to offer our clients personal advice, support and representation during police interviews. It is this availability and quality of service from our dedicated team, which makes us stand out in our field. Contact us to find out more.
05 September 2017
The Crown Office & Procurator Fiscal Service reports that it is has secured the first conviction under new ‘intimate images’ legislation.