Whether you are being asked to attend the police station as a volunteer or are under arrest, call us.  We have a qualified lawyer on call 24 hours a day 7 days a week and the service we provide is FREE.

Our ‘out of hours’ contact numbers are  07850 033551  or 07921 694246.

Our office number is 01952 297979 (9am to 5pm Monday to Friday excluding Bank Holidays).

Alternatively you can complete the ‘Contact Us’ box or email enquiries@terry-jones.co.uk.

We are one of the leading legal aid Criminal Defence Practices in the country. We have a team of highly specialised, dedicated and experienced lawyers who are supported by very competent assistants.

The team recognise that when people are being investigated by the police, they need sound advice based on experience and an excellent knowledge of the law. The lawyers at Terry Jones Solicitors have this. The team acknowledge that not everyone is innocent but will provide a service second to none to everyone without judgment.  We will support the person under investigation and their families where necessary as we know the journey ahead will have its twists and turns but we will be there every step of the way providing guidance based on years of experience.

We are proud to say that we are renowned for our quality of service to people who find themselves in conflict with the law.  We are here to safeguard our clients’ personal and commercial interests.  These services include:

  • 24 hour representation at the Police Station
  • Representing clients at the Youth Court, Magistrates’ Court and Crown Court 
  • Representing Service Personnel during interviews and at Court Martials
  • Advising in all interviews held by any prosecuting authority – such as the Department of Works and Pensions

We are also able to assist in:-

  • All types of motoring offences
  • Prosecutions brought by the Health and Safety Executive, Trading Standards and Environmental Agencies

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