The law surrounding offences relating to human trafficking is extremely complex, and the charges will depend on the nature of the evidence against you, but may involve elements of smuggling, trafficking and modern slavery.
Because of this complexity and the serious nature of these offences, it is essential to have experienced legal representation, to advise and support you during the police interview and at every stage thereafter. Stirling Ackroyd Legal has a dedicated team of criminal defence solicitors, with considerable expertise in this area of the criminal law. We will examine the evidence against you and advise you on the strength of the case being made against you, taking into account any mitigating factors that may apply to your situation. Facing charges relating to human trafficking will have a significant impact on your life, your relationships and on your career. It is therefore essential to have experienced and dedicated legal advice and representation from outset, to help you to mitigate the effects of these charges and to maximise the chances of achieving the best possible outcome.
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