Sheraz Chowdhry heads the criminal department at Asghar & Co. Je has a dedicated and experienced team of solicitors who possess an outstanding reputation for fearlessly battling for the rights of their clients. Our legal support is available 24 hours a day for those who are victims of arrests and need to appear in front of the magistrates’ or crown courts in London. We have a well-established record for representing the rights of individuals against prosecuting authorities and the police. We have been at the forefront of constructing the legal landscape in London, making sure that we vigorously defend individuals who want to fight for their right throughout the capital.

Being arrested for an offence can be a daunting experience. We firmly believe that everyone deserves high quality representation regardless of whether the case is privately funded or legally aided; we make sure you receive the highest calibre of legal support. Our professional criminal solicitors will examine your case and devise a strong and concrete plan to represent your case in front of the Courts.

Our team of specialised solicitors are equipped with the necessary knowledge and expertise in all aspects of criminal law to best assist our clients at every stage of the proceedings. We help represent people at all stages of whether it involves an initial meeting at the police station or representation in the Courts, we will stand by your side to help you fight for your right, even if it means to appeal. We facilitate clients with cost-effective and high quality legal advice to resolve their disputes.If you are eligible for legal aid then we will apply for and conduct your case under the legal aid scheme.

Our team of Solicitors and advocates have dealt with a wide range of criminal matters inthe past from simple cases in the magistrate’s court to more complex cases in the Crown Court and High Court. Our team have experience in dealing with the following areas:

  • Assault
  • Court order breaches
  • Drug offences
  • Fraud
  • Manslaughter
  • Murder
  • Offensive weapon charges
  • Proceeds of crime
  • Public order offences and driving offences
  • Rape/other sexual offence
  • Theft