The Criminal Department at HHD Solicitors Belfast prides itself in having one of the most experienced teams of criminal lawyers in Northern Ireland providing a service to our clients that is second to none.

We appreciate that those facing criminal charges in the courts or questioning in police stations are at their most vulnerable.  Our team of criminal lawyers boast over 40 years of experience behind them and provide 24 hour attendance at police stations throughout Northern Ireland.

Our criminal lawyers are experienced advocates with full rights of audience in the Crown Court.  We appear in all types of criminal cases assisted by leading barristers, forensic scientists and accountants from around the world.  We act for both legally aided and fee paying clients.

Services provided 24 hours per day 365 days a year:

  • Advice and representation at police stations
  • Magistrates Court and Crown Court representation
  • Computer / internet crime
  • Major criminal offences including: murder, manslaughter, serious assault, rape, sexual offences, drug trafficking, terrorist related offences, armed robbery, aggravated burglary, aggravated taking and driving away, theft, breach of trust, corporate manslaughter and assaults.
  • Money Laundering and Proceeds of Crime Confiscation Proceedings
  • DHSS fraud investigations

For further information and advice please contact one of our team:

028 90770770


24 HR Call out to Police Station - 07850 707426

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