Our Legal Fees & Services
At GMH Legal we believe that client relationships matter more than time sheets which is why we offer a range of alternative fee arrangements to best suit your needs. Our focus is on client service and establishing mutually rewarding relationships with our clients. We think that billing by the hour does not ...
Homebuyer’s Guide to Conveyancing
Buying your first home can be a confusing process, particularly when it comes to conveyancing. Taking your first step on to the property ladder can be an exciting time. But for those who have never been involved in a property purchase, the conveyancing process can often seem hard to understand. What i...
Generally the penalties imposed by a court for a first offence are less than for repeat offenders. The reasons for a reduction in penalty may include:
- Good character
- Need for rehabilitation
- Greater remorse
- Extra curial punishment – The effect that a harsh penalty may have upon someone’s employment, travel and membership with associations
It is possible for all offenders charged with firearm and weapons to avoid a criminal conviction if the court makes an order under section 10 Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act. However, the courts treat firearm offences expecially serious, as such non-conviction can be hard to acheive.
If you have been charged with a firearm or weapons offence, we recommended that you seek legal advice promptly to properly determine your options. Our lawyers are highly experienced in firearm offences and can ascertain the strength of the prosecution case against you.
Call the experienced team at GMH Legal to assist you in your matter.
A free consultation with GMH Legal is an opportunity to gain deep insights into your legal situation and all of your options.
Why Choose GMH Legal?
- Over 60 years of combined legal experience
- Outstanding track record with a winning approach
- First appointment is always free
- Meet our team now.