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For more serious offences such as affray and violent disorder, it is very likely the case will be sent to the Crown Court after the first magistrates’ court hearing. Inevitably, these cases are more stressful for clients and a great deal of support is provided by our legal team to minimise the effects of this. Legal aid is available for the vast majority of our clients, the application process can be a bureaucratic headache and clients are guided through this with our experienced advice and assistance. Many FBO appeals to the Court of Appeal have arisen from Crown Court cases where the legal complexities of FBO law have not been fully understood (not ours we should add) – our clients will benefit from our extensive knowledge of FBO law in their Crown Court cases and we aim to make sure clients fully understand the process.

For more serious offences such as affray and violent disorder, it is very likely the case will be sent to the Crown Court after the first magistrates’ court hearing. Inevitably, these cases are more stressful for clients and a great deal of support is provided by our legal team to minimise the effects of this. Legal aid is available for the vast majority of our clients, the application process can be a bureaucratic headache and clients are guided through this with our experienced advice and assistance. Many FBO appeals to the Court of Appeal have arisen from Crown Court cases where the legal complexities of FBO law have not been fully understood (not ours we should add) – our clients will benefit from our extensive knowledge of FBO law in their Crown Court cases and we aim to make sure clients fully understand the process.