At Martin, Johnston & Socha, we strive to represent and defend our clients, no matter what criminal charge they may be facing. In light of the coronavirus pandemic, there have been some changes made to the criminal justice system in Scotland and it's therefore crucial to know how this could impact your court case at this unprecedented time.
As such, we have provided guidance to help you understand how criminal court cases will be handled during the lockdown:
- Coronavirus: The possible future of criminal proceedings via video links
- How is the criminal justice system adapting to the coronavirus pandemic?
Whether you are currently involved in a criminal trial, or want to know more information about video criminal custody hearings, our criminal defence team remains on hand to help you with your legal queries.
Should you have any unanswered questions, our lawyers are available to speak to you today about your personal circumstances.
Contact our Criminal Defence Solicitors in Dunfermline, Alloa & Kirkcaldy today
While our offices remain closed, you can reach one of our qualified criminal defence lawyers in Dunfermline on 01383 730 466, in Alloa on 01259 725 922, in Kirkcaldy on 01592 640 680, or by completing the online enquiry form.