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As being found guilty of illegally possessing a firearm carries a minimum prison sentence of five years, it’s vital to do the right thing if you are accused. Getting the right legal advice is the most important first step. After … Continue reading

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The UK has some of the strictest firearms laws in the world. Access to all firearms is heavily restricted, with licences for handguns only available from the Home Office. Individuals, shooting clubs, museums and firearms dealers can apply for licences … Continue reading

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This year has been very successful for Edward Hayes and we would like to take this opportunity to celebrate the achievements of our hardworking staff, who have secured not guilty verdicts for our clients and taken on a wide variety … Continue reading

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The Police Act of 1997 defines serious crime as involving the use of violence, giving the perpetrator significant financial gain, involving a large number of people working towards the same aim or where the perpetrator is likely to receive a … Continue reading

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Accusations of child abuse are taken very seriously by the police, who take a number of actions to ensure they are investigated thoroughly. The trauma of being falsely accused of child abuse is very much heightened by the process of … Continue reading

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