Trusted Solicitors in Keston
Mackesys Solicitors has been considered one of London’s major criminal practices for the last 25 years. We hold four Criminal Contracts, awarded to us by the Legal Services Commission. Keston area clients are served by our specialist team of over 40 fee earners, each of whom is dedicated to the needs of our clients. We handle everything from everyday crime all the way up to rape, murder and serious fraud.
Good legal advice, at the earliest opportunity, particularly at the police station, could make the difference between a successful defence or loss of liberty.
Mackesys solicitors serving Keston has been renowned for well-prepared, high quality work. We have a sound knowledge of the Criminal Justice System.
We are dedicated to making sure that our clients receive the best possible results. Mackesys Keston solicitors have a list of experts available, all of whom are of the highest quality. Many of them have aided us in securing acquittals for our clients. We are familiar with minor cases and serious cases.
With the aid of 24 hour Arrest Line Service (number at top of website) you can make us involved from the first opportunity. If you believe that the police wish to speak to you, simply contact us and we will make the appropriate arrangements with the police station.
Our team is made up of 24 Duty Solicitors, five of whom have over 20 years of experience in criminal law. Additionally, we have a further five solicitors who are presently undergoing preparation for Duty Status. Our team of Senior Managing Clerks are all Police Station Accredited Representatives with over 20 years of experience representing Clients.
We are able to represent our clients both within the M25, Kent and Surrey as well as further afield. Mackesys solicitors in Keston team of Accredited Police Station Representatives is made up of ten professionals. We can also use the services of another 20 reps with the associated Agency, First Call Representatives.
Keston is a part suburban, part rural parish on the north western border of the old county ofKent, now in the London Borough of Bromley. It lies on the edge of Hayes Common. Flint implements and pit dwellings on Keston and Hayes Commons show occupation of the area back to at least 3000 B.C., and there are Iron Age encampments in Holwood Park and on Keston Common. The nearest railway stations are Hayes railway station (1.6 miles away) and West Wickham railway station (2.7 miles away).