Crown Court Representation
If you are charged with an indictable only offence, or if the magistrates decide that they cannot deal with your matter, then your case will be sent or committed to the Crown Court.
In the Crown Court it is a Crown Court Judge that hears your case and if you have a trial it is a Jury that decides whether you are guilty or not.
It is here that you see the advocates (barristers) and judges wearing wig and gowns. Maguires Solicitors have advocates who are experienced and qualified to represent you in the Crown Court. Ronan Maguire has been a Higher Court Advocate for 12 years.
Maguires Solicitors will regularly be in touch with you to take your instructions and to go through all of the evidence with you so that you have the best possible chance of being acquitted (found not guilty).