Dealing with a terrorist-related charge?
A specialist area in itself where the powers of the police and prosecution are extensive. The word “Terrorism” is defined in section 1 of the Terrorism Act 2000. While not creating any offences itself this section defines the types of behaviour which will inform prosecutions for terrorism.
The definition is applicable but not limited to the following legislation concerning terrorism: Anti-Terrorism Crime and Security Act 2001, the Prevention of Terrorism Act 2005, and the Terrorism Act 2006. The serious and heavily resourced ways such cases are approached are reflected in the sentences passed by the Courts upon conviction.
Please see some of the cases we have been involved in where we have represented people charged with offences relating to terrorism. It cannot be stressed enough that, if you are a suspect in a terrorist investigation or charged with a terrorism related offence, you should contact us immediately.
We can provide a robust defence for terrorist-related offences as well as a number of other criminal matters. We are dedicated to our clients and will work tirelessly to ensure the best outcome for your particular circumstances. If you are facing criminal charges, speak with our team today.
Everyone should use Levales very good and hard workers.
DP of Surrey
Listened to me and my story very well and portrayed everything in Court perfectly.
BD of Hampshire
R v HV 2020 Central Criminal Court
Ruth Cassidy acted for a youth charged with a number of offences of possession of information for terrorist purpose, encouraging terrorism and distributing terrorist publications. We instructed Naeem Mian QC, one of the leading barristers who specialises in offences of this type. We were able to avoid a custodial sentence for our client.
R v M 2016 Central Criminal Court
Alphie Doran acted for a member of the UK Armed Forces charged with Possession of Terrorist related material.