Crimes of Violence

Murder, Attempt murder, Serious assault, Common assault. We can assist you with advice and representation for all allegations of crimes of violence in any court in Scotland

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Drug Offences

Many people are unaware of the potentially serious consequences that may arise from the possession of even small amounts of a banned substance. No matter what the charge, we can help.

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Children’s Panel

Childrens panels are one of our specialist Scottish Law areas, as criminal charges can, and usually are, concurrent. JR Rahman solicitors have family law experts available.

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Sexual offences

Sensitive to victim and accused , we offer free initial consultations for Sexual offences and sex crimes

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Robbery

Robbery is theft which is accompanied by an act of actual or threatened violence in order to deprive the victim of their property. There doesn't need to be any actual harm inflicted, rather it is enough that the victim fears harm if they resist.

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Crimes of dishonesty

We cover all crimes of dishonesty from complex fraud cases through to minor shoplifting allegations. We also cover theft charges, embezzlement and benefit fraud cases

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Breach of the Peace

Breach of the peace is a low-level public order offence in Scotland. now dealt with as 'Disorderly Conduct' under Section 38(1) of the Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Act 2010. Again, we have extensive experience of defending clients who have been charged with 'Disorderly Conduct'.

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Road traffic offences

If you have been charged with a driving offence, it’s important you enlist the help of a specialist road traffic law firm. Road traffic law is a complex and detailed area of law and as such, requires the use of a specialist solicitor. We are expert motoring solicitors and we can help you keep your licence.

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Health & safety prosecutions

If you are an employer with a concern about such a prosecution please contact us for advice. The first interview is free. Any subsequent involvement is generally covered by the firms insurance policy.

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Fatal accident enquiries

A Fatal Accident Inquiry (FAI) is held following a death is the workplace or in cases which give rise to reasonable suspicion. These are held in the sheriff court. Costs are often covered by employers liability insurance. Initial consultation is free.

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Internet crime

As the internet has improved our ability to interact and communicate, so has it become the subject of increased regulation and the conduit for an increasing number of offences from those involving pornography and indecent images to those involving libel and hate-speech, through to technical crimes like illegal downloading and ‘hacking’

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Domestic violence charges

Domestic assault, Domestic disturbances, stalking and harassment offences

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Citation to Appear in Court

In both a criminal and children's hearing court case, if you do not turn up, the court can issue you with a summons or issue a warrant for your arrest. If you are worried about giving evidence, you should speak to the person who has cited you to be a witness.

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Courts Martial

Courts Martial

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Benefits Fraud

Income Support (IS) Job Seekers Allowance (JSA) Employment & Support Allowance (ESA) Disability Living Allowance (DLA) - care and mobility components Incapacity Benefit (IB) Housing Benefit (HB) Council Tax Benefit (CTB) or lifted for working cash in hand.

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Terrorism Offences Scotland

We cover Terrorism matters including detentions

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