Public Order Offences Solicitors

Public Order Offences include a large variety of charges and are governed by the Public Order Act 1986. The main purpose of these laws is to control the behaviour of individuals and prevent harm to the public. The offence committed does not always need to be in a public place such as a street, it can also be a private place such as a bar or home.

Here at Paul Robinson Solicitors, we ensure our level of professionalism and dedication remains the same no matter the offence you have to face.  Our team offer expert representation and free independent advice at the police station 24 hours a day for Public Order Offences and all matters.

Our Public Order Offences Solicitors cover all matters, including:

  • Violent Disorders

Violent disorders require there to be 3 or more individuals, present together and have used or threatened violence. This has been done to cause another person to fear for their safety.

  • Affray

Affray relates to unlawful violence towards another individual that has caused them to fear for their safety.

  • Racial/Religious Hatred

Any incident/crime which is perceived by the victim or any other person to be motivated by hostility or prejudice based on a person’s race or perceived race.
Any incident/crime which is perceived by the victim or any other person to be motivated by a hostility or prejudice based on a person’s religion or perceived religion.

  • Harassment

Harassment is a criminal offence of unwanted conduct by one person that causes distress to another

  • Firearms and Offensive Weapons

Firearms in the UK are illegal without a 5-year firearm certificate or a shotgun certificate which is issued by the police. A firearm can be described as a lethal barrelled weapon, a prohibited weapon or a relevant component part in relation to either of these.

Offensive weapons relate to any weapon or item that can be used in an offensive manor. These include BB Guns, CS sprays and explosives etc. There have been recent changes in legislation in relation to offensive weapons meaning that some items that weren’t deemed offensive earlier in the year prior to the change in law are now illegal to own.

  • Criminal damage

Any damage to another person’s property without lawful excuse, equals as criminal damage.

  • Self- Defence

Public order offences also cover self-defence. Self-defence is the use of reasonable force to defend one’s self or another.

Call Paul Robinson Solicitors’ Public Order Offence experts now and ask to speak to our Criminal team

Our friendly and supportive Solicitors are with you every step of the way and the services which we provide are fast, efficient, and reliable – we are here for you when you need us! Call 020 3553 7115 (London) / 01702 662 963 (Essex) or contact our team online.

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