Draycott Browne: award winning serious crime solicitors
Draycott Browne is one of the UK's leading criminal defence practices.
Known for our professionalism and attention to detail, we provide the highest standards of legal representation.
Established in 1998 and based in Manchester and Trafford, our highly qualified solicitors and support staff provide both legally aided and private client services. If you have been accused of or charged with a criminal offence, or if you have been wrongly convicted or excessively sentenced for a crime, we are here to help. Our highly experienced team can provide the advice, assistance and representation that you need.
Areas we specialise in
Draycott Browne's private client department offers the highest possible standards of professional excellence. With the assurance of guaranteed access to our most experienced lawyers, we are the only choice for those in search of advice and representation to a standard that will not be paid for by the Legal Aid Agency.
Our dedication to providing a first-rate Legal Aid service is unwavering. We continue to build upon our reputation as leading Legal Aid solicitors, providing the expert help you need, when you need it.
Our team is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Irrespective of the nature of the offence of which you have been accused, we can provide assistance while you are in police custody and representation when you appear before the courts.
Contact our criminal defence solicitors today by calling 0161 228 2244. If you would like us to contact you, simply fill in our online enquiry form and a member of the team will be in touch as soon as possible.
CHED EVANS CASE - 14TH OCTOBER 2016
“Draycott Browne Solicitors are delighted to confirm the verdict of not guilty in the case of Ched Evans. The verdict, delivered swiftly and unanimously, finally brings to an end a case that began on the 31st May 2011.
We were first instructed by Mr. Evans after he had been convicted at Caenarfon Crown Court in April 2012. We offered him advice and assistance, during the course of his time in prison and after his release, in relation to what was ultimately a successful application to the Criminal Cases Review Commission for the referral of his April 2012 conviction to the Court of Appeal.