Terrorism legislation has expanded exponentially in its volume and complexity over recent years and the powers conferred on law enforcement agencies to investigate alleged terrorist offences has never been so extensive.
Facing the challenge
We know that being suspected of involvement in a terrorist offence is daunting and devasting for you and your family. Our experienced solicitors can provide expert advice and assistance at every stage of an investigation and any proceedings.
Our solicitors are skilled in analysing and challenging the types of prosecution evidence commonly relied on in these cases:
– Photograph and video evidence
– Sat-nav analysis
– Encrypted chat logs
– Cell site material
– Traditional covert surveillance
– Banking evidence
– Intelligence from informants
We only instruct the country’s leading specialist barristers to ensure any client facing allegations of this nature receive the best possible representation.
R v C (2019) – Our client was accused of being a member of a proscribed organisation. The jury failed to reach a verdict at trial and retrial. Click here to find out more.
R v D (2019) – Our client pleaded guilty to publishing neo-Nazi material online which encouraged acts of terrorism. Click here to read more.
R v K (2019) – Our client was tried and convicted of two counts of terrorism-related attempted murder after he drove his car through a group of cyclists towards police officers outside the Houses of Parliament. Click here to find out more.