Welcome to Shelley & Co
Solicitors and Advocates Specialising in Criminal Law
Established in 1996 and based in Cambridge city centre, Shelley and Co is a highly successful practice specialising in all areas of criminal defence work and road traffic cases. We represent clients at Police Stations, Magistrates’ Courts and Crown Courts throughout the Eastern Region and also undertake work in the Court of Appeal and Courts Martial.
Areas of Expertise
Shelley and Co represent clients at police stations, magistrates’ courts and crown courts throughout the eastern region. We also undertake work in the Court of Appeal and Courts Martial.
Shelley & Co recognise that being accused of a criminal offence can have life changing consequences and our solicitors have many years’ experience in defending cases of this kind including allegations of murder, manslaughter, GBH, ABH, Robbery, possession of firearms, conspiracy to supply drugs, supply of drugs, cultivation, people trafficking, fraud, and theft.
An allegation of this nature often brings with it an enormous degree of worry. Shelley & Co can help in providing expert advice and support in cases of this nature including allegations of rape, sexual assault, grooming, and indecent images.
Whether it be driving through a red light, speeding, using a handheld mobile phone, driving without due care and attention, or any other motoring offence our solicitors are able to help.
Police Station Attendance
Our experienced solicitors provide expert advice and assistance at the police station free of charge, 24/7, 365 days of the year. Please call us on 01223 359441.
Shelley & Co appear in the Magistrates’ Court and Crown Court on a daily basis and provide our clients with the highest level of representation.
We provide our expert services to both Legal Aid and Private Clients. If you would like to discuss your eligibility for legal aid then one of our solicitors would be happy to help.
Meet Our Staff
Mark, David and all their team will be happy to assist clients, both old and new, in relation to matters from the initial arrest to an appeal at the higher courts.