Monday, April 22, 2024

Pepperells sets up criminal defence law department

Pepperells Solicitors has set up a department specialising in criminal defence law at its West Parade office in Lincoln. This department will cater to the increasing demand for expert legal representation in criminal matters.

Led by criminal defence solicitor Sonia Bhalla, the department brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the table. With a proven track record of successfully defending clients across a spectrum of criminal cases, Sonia Bhalla is dedicated to upholding the rights of individuals and ensuring fair legal proceedings.

Joining her is Jan Povada, an esteemed police station representative renowned for his comprehensive understanding of police procedures and protocols. With his profound knowledge of the criminal justice system, Jan Povada offers invaluable support to clients during police interviews and investigations, ensuring their rights are protected at every step of the process.

Nigel Sloane, Head of Department at Pepperells, said: “Our expansion into criminal defence law in Lincoln reflects our firm’s unwavering commitment to providing comprehensive legal services to our clients. With Sonia Bhalla and Jan Povada at the helm in Lincoln, we are poised to deliver unparalleled representation to individuals facing criminal charges in Lincolnshire, ensuring that their rights are safeguarded and their voices are heard. Sonia and Jan join a well-established team of professionals supporting clients with their criminal proceedings across East Yorkshire, Humberside and Lincolnshire.

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