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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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As predicted, the Met's ban on Extinction Rebellion protests ruled unlawful by High Court and quashed (though the order expired on 19 Oct)

Judgment https://t.co/IKDcu6t7hW
Summary https://t.co/3rB2FHAa2X

Well done to Philippa Kaufman QC and my brilliant colleague @judebunting

Magistrates rule Extinction Rebellion protester has ‘lawful excuse’ for criminal damage due to climate emergency

"This is a wake up call to the judiciary to evaluate all XR cases & the evidence being brought forward about the impending climate crisis."

https://t.co/SaFm2gGpFe

39 bodies were discovered in a truck in London last week, sparking debate about Britain's approach to tackling smugglers and traffickers. Latest for @TRF_Stories.

@UKAntiSlavery @FocusOnLabour @birdssolicitors #humantrafficking #lorrydeaths #modernslavery
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Watch: former Antislavery Commissioner @KevinHyland63 and Philippa Southwell of @birdssolicitors on the appalling treatment of Vietnamese trafficking victims. https://t.co/PkzZDdKM3d