If you are worried about a terrorism investigation or have already been arrested or charged, speak to one of LP Evans’ specialist terrorism defence solicitors today. The early stages of any terrorism case are critical to the outcome.
LP Evans are Criminal Defence specialists. We provide legal defence for matters which fall under the Prevention of Terrorism Act 2000, The Anti-Terrorism, Crime ad Security Act 2001, The Prevention of Terrorism Act 2005, The Terrorism Act 2006 and The Counter-Terrorism Act 2008.
If you have been falsely stopped and searched, detained without charge, accused of making hoax bomb threats, had assets frozen in conjunction with terrorism allegations, had extradition proceedings started or have been suspected or arrested for an alleged terrorist activity we can help.
Whether you have been falsely accused of promoting terrorism within the UK or abroad your Human Rights should still be upheld. Our expert team of solicitors are available on a 24-hour basis and can provide immediate legal advice and representation.
Control Orders allow the UK government to place anybody who is suspected of any form of terrorist activity under house arrest. This can happen without any physical charges being made. This falls under the 2005 Prevention of Terrorism Act.
Control Orders can place a huge strain on families and can involve actions such as having to report to the local police force daily, along with restrictions on movements, which can extend to places of work, proximity to rail networks and airports.
Hoax Bomb Threats
Being accused or charged with making a hoax bomb threat can result from actions such as making comments to the cabin crew whilst onboard a plane or whilst inside an airport.
It doesn’t end there and can also incorporate other ‘hoax’ offences such as fake Anthrax threats. Although false these accusations can result in very harsh consequences. If you end up part of an investigation for committing a threat you most certainly should seek legal advice.