Lawyers in Leicester
If you become involved in a criminal or civil legal case and you're based in the east Midlands then you would be best advised to instruct a lawyer in Leicester. Leicester is a very multi-cultural city and as a result has a lot of firms covering all types of law but particularly specialising in immigration law.
The county court in Leicester is located at 90 Wellington Street, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE1 6HG. This court will look at minor civil claims. In order to make a minor claim you can either instruct a solicitor who will follow relevant protocol and compete relevant forms on your behalf, or you can complete forms yourself. In order to reduce the risk of suffering a reduction in damages, you should instruct a lawyer.
Leicester’s criminal courts are located in different places. The Crown Court, which deals with more serious criminal cases and appeals from the magistrates’ court, is located at 90 Wellington Street, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE1 6HG. The magistrates’ court deals with less serious criminal offences and bail applications in Leicester. Lawyers often represent their client in the magistrates’ court, unlike in the Crown Court where specialist advocates will often be instructed. The magistrates’ court in Leicester is located at 15 Pocklingtons Walk, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE1 6BT.
The Citizens Advice Bureau is able to help with a number of basic issues, though they are unlikely to be able to provide in-depth advice or provide representation. In circumstances where you need to be represented, you should contact a specialist lawyer. Leicester Citizens Advice Bureau should be able to help with basic advice and is located at Alliance House, 6 Bishop Street, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE1 6AF.
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