Levins recently represented a defendant at Preston crown court accused of conspiracy to cause GBH. After a two year wait for trial our client was acquitted of all charges and can return to a normal life.
Our client stated...Read More
We are delighted to announce that our head of private client, Jessica Flaherty has recently passed her Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) exam with a merit.
This means that Jessica now has a diploma in Trus...Read More
The Sentencing Council produces guidelines on sentencing for the judiciary and criminal justice professionals. The aim is to promote greater consistency in sentencing whilst maintaining the independence of the judiciary. ...Read More
The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill was introduced in the House of Lords in early July and awaits a second reading. The Bill is formed of thirteen parts, including provisions to:
- introduce measures for the protec... Read More
Possession of an offensive weapon is an offence if it is in public and without lawful authority or reasonable excuse. A weapon can be offensive as a matter of course (it is made for use of causing injury), adapted for such a purpose, or not adapted but carried with the inten...Read More
Without going into too much detail all I can say is THANK YOU to Peter, Louise & David who work within the Crime department of Levins Solicitors. Without them by my side supporting me and seeing the real picture then I would not be here today writing this review.Read More
An experienced family law solictor/legal executive is required on a full-time basis to work at our office in Huyton. The job will initially involve working in the office full time but there will be an opportunity fo...Read More