Representation in the Crown Courts

Aitken Harter represent clients involved in indictable offences which are tried in the Crown Courts.

Supporting clients involved in serious crime

Whether you request it or not you may find that your criminal case takes place in the Crown Court. Your reputation, liberty and a host of other factors will be issues which we shall be mindful of when representing you. Our role involves assessing the prosecuting evidence and advising you of your prospects of success in the light of the many and varied issues pertaining to your case. Legal Aid funding is generally available. If not, we can advise you of our likely fees.

We have a wealth of knowledge and experience between us and can bring that to bear on your behalf. Angus and Bridget are both Higher Court Advocates and conduct trials regularly in the Crown Court. They also undertake their fair share of appellate work in The Court of Appeal. Not all Crown Court advocacy is carried out in-house; there are occasions when only a particular barrister may have the necessary skills to ensure the best possible outcome for you and we are always happy to recommend counsel with the required expertise.

A Crown Court trial, a POCA hearing, indeed any criminal prosecution may have significant consequences for you. We are here to guide and advise you throughout the process.

Need advice?

If you find yourself involved in serious crime and require advice call Aitken Harter:

020 7607 5768


07976 324799

Representation in the Crown Court

Our Emergency contact number is 07976 324799.

Our offices are at 398, Caledonian Road London N1 1DN. We are close to Kings Cross/St. Pancras Mainline Stations, Caledonian Road & Barnsbury Overground and Caledonian Road Underground. Our out of hours Solicitors cover North London and some surrounding areas.

Emergency contact: 07976 324799
Telephone: 020 7607 5768
Facsimile: 020 7700 5695

The police caution
“You do not have to say anything. However, it may harm your defence if you do not mention when questioned something which you later rely on in court. Anything you do say may be given in evidence.”