At McGreevy & Co., we have extensive experience of representing prisoners before the Parole Board for Scotland. Whether by assisting determinate sentence prisoners in drafting their self-representations or representing Life Prisoners at their Tribunal we are ready and able to help. Our Mr Smith has been assisting prisoners with their applications for parole for approximately… Read More
YOUR RIGHTS IN POLICE CUSTODY At McGreevy and Co., Solicitors we regularly provide advice to clients who find themselves in police custody. We have provided advice in cases ranging from the most minor, such as someone detained for the theft of a bag of crisps through to the most serious, such as rape and… Read More
Criminal Defence Services At McGreevy & Co., Solicitors we have considerable experience in dealing with all levels of criminal prosecutions. Whether in the High Court of Justiciary or the Justice of the Peace Court you will receive the same high level of representations from us. We understand that facing a criminal prosecution is stressful and… Read More
Congratulations to Umar Hussain who is now a fully qualified Solicitor. We are pleased to announce that Umar will be staying on at the Firm as an Assistant and will continue to deal with criminal cases and Parole Board Hearings.
We attended the opening of 183 More Sleeps: The Koestler Scotland Exhibition on Friday 6 November 2015. We would recommend a visit.
McGreevy & Co. Criminal Defence Solicitors 370 Victoria Road, Glasgow G42 8YW Tel: 0141 422 2220/0141 239 7407 email: firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.mcgreevyandcosolicitors.co.uk All of Scotland representation in the High Court of Justiciary/Sheriff Court/Justice of the Peace Court Attendance at Police Station Appeals including late Appeals Applications to the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (SCCRC) Proceeds… Read More
Insight & Outlook the Koestler exhibition for Scotland was held this year at Tramway, Glasgow. It was an exhibition of artwork and writing from prisons, secure hospitals, secure children’s homes and criminal justice services in Scotland. This year the exhibition was curated by young care leavers with guidance from Glasgow artist David Shrigley. The project was sponsored… Read More
The documentary The Road from Crime, is narrated by Allan Weaver, a Scottish ex-offender turned probation officer and author of the book “So You Think You Know Me?”. In the documentary Allan asks a simple question: What can we learn from those former prisoners who have successfully “desisted” from criminal behaviour or “gone straight?” Allan… Read More
When you ask this question you usually get some of the following answers:- The prison lawyer is a lawyer who lines his pockets with public funds The prison lawyer is someone who raises spurious claims and complaints on behalf of the least worthy people in society The prison lawyer trawls the prison looking for clients… Read More