RSPCA Prosecutions
Our experienced solicitors can advise you in relation to your legal rights and any remedies you may have in law.

It is very important that you get the best advice available to you. We offer expertise and experience in all aspects of RSPCA Prosecutions and will ensure you receive well rounded and tailored representation. Contact us today for your RSPCA Prosecution related enquiries.

RSPCA Prosecutions

The RSPCA exercises its right to act as private prosecutor and prosecute people for criminal offences. As the RSPCA does not have legal enforcement powers or authority in its own right to prosecute defendant, all prosecutions are brought via independent solicitors acting for the RSPCA.

If you are being prosecuted by the RSPCA for a offence then we are at hand to advise and represent you in any proceedings at court. We have a wealth of experience in representing people for contested and uncontested cases at court. If you have been asked to attend an interview under caution by the RSPCA, you are entitled to the same rights as in a police interview to be represented by an independent solicitor. Alternatively if you have received summons or requisitioned to attend court for a RSPCA prosecution, contact us today for expert advice and specialist representation at court

What are costs?

We represent clients privately and would be happy to discuss the costs of advice and representation. Most firms charge legal fees according to the time they spend on your case. We believe fixed fees provide greater certainty in terms of cost, so you can make informed decisions and provide complete transparency.

It is very important that you get the best advice available to you. We offer expertise and experience iand will ensure you receive well rounded and tailored representation. Contact us today for all your legal enquiries.

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