Motoring & Crime

The law in England and Wales is constantly evolving; in the last ten years successive Governments have added more than 1000 new offences to the Statute book. Although many of what might be termed as ‘ordinary’ offences such as theft, assault and public order have remained largely unchanged, the law relating to areas such as sexual offences, proceeds of crime and many motoring offences have continued to change. With this in mind, it is important that you obtain the right advice if you find yourself in trouble not only with the Police, but also the Department of Work and Pensions, Trading Standards, Department of Business Innovation and Skills etc.

At mosshaselhurst, our Solicitors have many years experience in dealing in all areas of criminal defence and motoring law. We will give you sound, practical advice when you are arrested, attend a police station for voluntary interview, charged with an offence or receive a Requisition to attend at the Magistrates Court.

The Crime and Motoring team is led by Chris Johnson. Chris is a well known and respected advocate with more than 40 years experience. He is a Duty Solicitor on the Chester and Vale Royal scheme. Chris is based at our Winsford office.

Sandra Bostock is a Litigation Executive and manages our Crown Court Department. Sandra’s attention to detail and forensic approach ensures that your case is thoroughly prepared before you appear at the Crown Court. Sandra is based at our Winsford office.

We have a strong reputation for our work in the police station and the Magistrates’ and Crown courts. Our clients appreciate our straightforward advice and consistently rate us as ‘excellent’ and ‘very good’ in our customer satisfaction surveys. 

We represent clients in all of the Police Stations and Courts in Cheshire, Greater Manchester and Merseyside.  

We deal with offences ranging from shoplifting to murder. We always have in mind that these offences are important to you and so they are important to us.

That is why an increasing number of clients in need of advice and assistance in police stations or courts are choosing to consult our dedicated team for advice or representation.

Free advice and assistance is always available if you are to be interviewed by the police at home, at a police station or a custody suite. Legal Aid may be available at Court subject to eligibility.