Doughty Street Chambers launches free Criminal Appeals advice line

16.05.12 | |

 

Doughty Street Chambers' Criminal Appeals Unit is dedicated to assisting solicitors at all stages of the appeal process.
 
Our Criminal Appeals Advice Line is a new project aimed at providing free preliminary advice and guidance for solicitors in potential appeals and Criminal Cases Review Commission matters.
 
The procedure is straightforward:

  • Go to http://www.doughtystreet.co.uk/specialist_teams/appellate.cfm and click on "Appeals Advice Line"
  • Complete the questionnaire and email it to appeals@doughtystreet.co.uk
  • We will then call you to arrange a free preliminary telephone advice session with a member of the Appeals Unit.

About Doughty Street Chambers' Criminal Appeal Unit 

Members of Doughty Street Chambers represent appellants across the full range of offences, from the relatively minor to homicides and terrorism, and at all levels, from challenging magistrates' courts' decisions, drafting submissions to the Criminal Cases Review Commission, to appearing before the highest appellate courts. Since its inception, members of the Criminal Law Team have been involved in high-profile miscarriage of justice appeals, and guideline cases before the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division), the House of Lords/Supreme Court, the European Court of Human Rights and the Privy Council. Members regularly lecture on appellate topics and the second edition of Taylor on Criminal Appeals (OUP 2012), the leading specialist practitioner textbook in this area, has been written by a group including 14 members of the Criminal Law Team. 

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