Serious crime.

Barristers at Crucible prosecute and defend cases across the whole criminal spectrum. Not only do they bring to each case a conscientious and assiduous approach, they also bring a sympathetic understanding and supportive quality. The cases recently undertaken by members of Crucible range from high profile multi-handed murder cases to more sensitive and complex matters often involving vulnerable defendants and witnesses.

Members of Crucible routinely appear at the Central Criminal Court, Crown Courts across the country and at the Court of Appeal. Members of Crucible advise on complex and lengthy investigations pre-charge for prosecuting authorities, individuals and companies; they maintain a high level of commitment and dedication throughout the proceedings and on to appeal. A number of members of Crucible also specialise in extradition work and are known for their legal acumen and expertise in this field.

Unique to Crucible is a more modern and sympathetic approach to those involved in criminal proceedings. Barristers at Crucible recognise that those involved in the investigation of crime require a greater degree of input, advice and guidance from counsel in seeing cases through the courts. Equally, they recognise that those charged with such serious offences require additional succour and support as their case progresses through each stage of the proceedings. 

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