Criminal lawyer specialising in defending clients accused of sex crimes

To be falsely accused of a criminal offence, much less a sexual crime, is shocking and unnerving; you may not know who to turn to and perhaps you’ve reached this page via an internet search or because a loved one, friend, or colleague has recommended that Jim Meyer can assist.

๐Ÿ‘‰ You want to achieve the best possible result ๐Ÿ‘ˆ

  • Avoid being charged in the first place
  • Avoid being refused bail if charged
  • Avoid conviction if charged
  • Avoid imprisonment
  • No punishment

Call Jim Meyer

Assembling the right legal team to advise and actively defend you will be one of the most important actions that you take.

Jim Meyer will do all that he can to ensure the best possible outcome.

Don’t panic

Jim is a top rated criminal defence solicitor who can help; he has acted for numerous clients in a similar position to you. He has helped some avoid a charge completely; others have been acquitted after trial. In all cases, what was required, and what Jim will do for you, is a systematic approach to analyse the evidence and investigate your case from the moment that you first instruct him.

Jim will dismantle the prosecution case

Jim’s proactive defence of you will take the prosecution case apart and examine the processes by which its evidence came into existence. This requires specific analytical and information-processing skills. It requires a detailed knowledge of how police investigations are conducted and what information and evidence should have been collected and should have been made available to you.

The end result is a clear understanding of how the evidence presented by the prosecution is invalid and / or unreliable. But this is only one key aspect of what is required. Being proactive means taking action by causing change, not only reacting to change when it happens. You cannot simply sit back and hope that the police will do their job and realise theyโ€™ve made a terrible mistake – you need to act fast and ensure that:

  • Any and all evidence is secured;
  • Alibis are identified and supporting evidence collected;
  • Potential alternative suspects are identified, when appropriate;
  • Scientific experts are consulted and retained.

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