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Road traffic offences

Road traffic law is a complex and ever-evolving area of law. If you have been charged with a road traffic offence such as speeding, driving while using a mobile phone, drink driving, or any other road traffic offence, we can help.

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Assault

Assault is a common charge and usually arises from a fight or fracas in which one party is injured. Assault is the Scottish equivalent of Grievous Bodily Harm or Assault and Battery in England. It can be a serious charge, so it’s important to seek legal advice as soon as possible.

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Bail offences

Bail is granted by the court in order to prevent a person who has been charged with a crime being detained in prison for a potentially lengthy period of time before their case comes to court. Bail is normally granted with conditions – if these conditions are breached, the consequences can be serious.

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Drugs Offences

Many people are unaware of the potentially serious consequences that may arise from the possession of even small amounts of a banned substance. No matter what the charge, we can help. We have extensive experience of defending clients charged with every type of drug offence.

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Breach of the peace

Breach of the Peace is a very common charge. The acts which amount to breach of the peace are very wide in scope but almost always involve a level of public disorder. If you have been charged with a breach of the peace, contact us today.

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Theft

If you have been charged with theft or fraud, it’s important to contact us without delay. As crimes of dishonesty, a conviction for theft or fraud can have serious consequences for your future employment prospects.

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Bail Undertaking

In many situations accused persons are granted Bail on standard conditions along with additional special conditions. If you breach the conditions of a Bail Order you may face up to 12 months in prison. If you have received a Bail Undertaking we can help.

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Cited to Appear in Court?

A citation is document received from the Procurator Fiscal with a date when a person requires to answer a charge at Court. If you have been cited to appear at court in connection with an alleged crime, contact us without delay. It's vital you receive legal advice at the earliest possible opportunity.

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Sectarian Offences

The Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications (Scotland) Act 2012 criminalises behaviour which is threatening, hateful or otherwise offensive at a regulated football match including offensive singing or chanting. If you have been charged with a sectarian offence, we can help.

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Police Station Consultations

Being interviewed by the police is a confusing and distressing experience. Things are often said in haste that cannot be explained later. If a loved one is detained at a police station, or you think you may be, you are entitled to legal advice. We offer 24/7 assistance at Police Stations across Glasgow.

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Sheriff Court Representation

We work regularly in Sheriff Courts throughout the Greater Glasgow Area including Glasgow Sheriff Court, Paisley Sheriff Court, Hamilton Sheriff Court, Airdrie Sheriff Court, East Kilbride Sheriff Court and many others. If you have been charged with a crime in Glasgow, the Glasgow Law Practice can help.

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Taxi Licence Appeal

The Glasgow Law Practice has looked after the interests of Taxi Drivers for many years. We have represented individual Licence holders and also the holders of Operators Licences. We regularly represent clients at Appeal Hearings before Licensing Committees in Glasgow, North Lanarkshire, East Dunbartonshire, South Lanarkshire and elsewhere.

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