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Birds Solicitors offers advice in a range of areas including regulatory compliance, allegations of fraud and other criminal offences, modern slavery and human trafficking, inquests, extradition, prison law, advocacy and sports law.

The firm’s reputation has been built on its excellence in defending those individuals unfortunate enough to be investigated or prosecuted for criminal offences, whatever the seriousness of the offence. We work under legal aid where it is available to the individual or on a privately funded basis where it is not. Our criminal cases cover the whole spectrum of offences, from the police station to the Magistrates Court, the Crown Court and into the Appellate Courts.


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Birds Solicitors is 22 years old today. Thanks to all who have worked with & for us over this time & to our clients for trusting us with your cases. The hard work & dedication of our employed staff & consultants is particularly appreciated especially in such challenging times.

⚖️We warn that the #CriminalJustice system will collapse unless the UK government funds all parts of the system equally, as government announced a £54 million payoff for barristers to end their strike 1/7

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The Criminal Appeal Lawyers' Association next *in person* conference will be on Saturday 19 November 2022

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Interesting that Raab perceives justice as being "held to ransom". As an owner of a firm who does 95% criminal legal aid, I feel like solicitors are being held to ransom. We are being backed into a corner to sign another legal aid contract which effectively ignores the current