We will continue to operate and to represent our clients during the upcoming weeks, including attending at court whenever required. Our office will be closed for appointments, but our staff are working and we can be contacted by telephone on 0131 556 0055.
If you have a case coming up, it is likely you will not have to attend.
It is only in cases of particular significance that attendance will be required. Further guidance can be found on the Scottish Courts website at:- www.scotcourts.gov.uk
We will contact those who do have to attend in advance of any court date.
Our 24 hour contact telephone numbers are:-
Eddie Wilson - 07774156941
Stuart Carson - 07885491096
Phil Templeton - 07790470102
We know that legal action can sometimes be overwhelming. We are dedicated to providing you with help in language that you can understand. If you don't feel like you understand your options, just ask, and we will work to find an explanation that works for you.
The first step is for us to work with you and come up with a plan to get the results you need. Through our understanding of the law and your understanding of the circumstances, we will craft a path to success.
Don't wait! Contact us for a free phone consultation. Let us help you figure out what your next steps should be. The sooner you have a plan of action, the better your chances of taking the correct steps to get the results you want.
If the police want to question you about any matter you should contact us immediately.
If the police arrest you, you have the right to speak to and obtain advice from a solicitor. We can advise you on the telephone or in person when you are in custody at a police station . We can visit you at any police station in Scotland to advise you and be present where appropriate, during your interview and to try and secure your release.
If the police charge you or you receive a citation from the Procurator Fiscal we can advise you and explain the charges and penalties. Our solicitors can represent you and guide you through the court process to try and obtain the right result for you in:
It is crucial that you receive proper representation and the right advice for criminal offences. All our solicitors are regulated by the Law Society of Scotland and by the Scottish Legal Aid Board. We are members of Edinburgh Bar Association and are subject to quality assurance and continuing professional development.
We understand that when you are in trouble with the police you require expert help and advice immediately. Wilson McLeod can be contacted 24 hours a day to represent you when crucial decisions have to be taken. Contact our experienced criminal law team based in Edinburgh at your earliest opportunity.
Wilson McLeod are based in Edinburgh and defend every type of charge before the Criminal Courts, whether in the Justice of the Peace Court, Sheriff Court or the High Court of Justiciary throughout Scotland. We offer a comprehensive service with Solicitors and Solicitor Advocates that can guide and advise you through all stages of the process, from dealing with the police to representation in court. At Wilson McLeod you will have the peace of mind that you have an experienced and dedicated team on your side.
Have you been involved in a crime and the police want to interview you? Call Wilson McLeod to get expert advice and for one of our defence lawyers to attend at the police station and be present at your interview, where appropriate. We are available 24 hours a day through our helpline.
Come and speak to one of our expert solicitors in relation to any Road Traffic matters.
Wilson McLeod are registered with the Scottish Legal Aid Board to provide Criminal Legal Assistance to anyone facing a criminal charge, whether detained at a police station or appearing in Court.
Legal Aid is means tested, and if applying for Legal Aid you will have to provide us with documentary proof of your income and savings. For those who do not qualify for Legal Aid, and who would be paying privately for our advice and representation, we can offer competitive rates that will be discussed and agreed with you in advance of any work being carried out on your behalf.
The criminal defence solicitors at Wilson McLeod have the knowledge and experience to give you legal advice in a way that you understand, and we will deal with your case from start to finish. Contact us today and we will help you to find out if you are eligible for Legal Aid.
If you or a member of your family face criminal charges and you need advice and guidance on your rights, defence and eligibility for Legal Aid, contact Wilson McLeod in Edinburgh for a qualified lawyer to act on your behalf.