Our client was charged with a common assault against a relative of his ex partner.
We were able to arrange a voluntary interview for him rather than an arrest where he was represented by Peter Haney and he was able to give...Read More
The recent case of Jay Davison acts as a stark reminder of the consequences that can flow if hate material is published.
Davison was convicted of three offences of publishing material with intent to stir up racial hatred, ...Read More
Louise Bauress, recently instructed in the case of a 14yr old charged with Attempted Murder. Louise argued that the basis of the identification of our client made by Merseyside Police officers was incorrect. It was apparent that not enough enquiries had been made to corro...Read More
Alongside Ms Victoria Smith Swain of @ExchangeC, Levin’s Solicitors represented a male charged with Money Laundering offences, totaling £600,000 linked to a large scale Police investigation into Fowler Oldfield Ltd, Bradford. The client had requested our services after rea...Read More
Levin’s, alongside Mr Andrew McGuiness of Linenhall chambers, Chester@LH_Chambers represented a Polish Lorry driver charged with causing injury by Dangerous Driving at Caernarfon Crown Court. Following the obtaining of expert evidence we were able to persuade the Court that ...Read More
The defendant who was a Polish national was arrested at a warehouse in Liverpool having intended to deliver a legitimate cargo. The premises were being observed by the police as they had been investigating a group of Merseyside men. When the cab of the defendant’s vehicle was seized, a substantial...Read More
In October 2018 at Mold Crown Court, Levins were successful in relation to a young woman charged with conspiracy to supply class a drugs. The case was dealt with by head of department, David Woods and counsel, Christopher Stables of Exchange Chambers. The client had been arrested toge...Read More
Levins successfully represented John Bromilow and Harry Wildman in their whistleblowing claim before an employment tribunal in Liverpool. The two men were employed at HMP Liverpool by an external contractor. They raised their health-and-safety concerns with the prison govenor, and as a result they w...Read More