What happens at a Crown Court trial – the Defence case

We’ve just added the third in our series of what happens in a Crown Court trial factsheets. This one deals with the defence case and is intended as a summary for you of what we think you need to know about your case.

As previously, it is intended as a guide only. If you are facing a Crown Court trial we would always recommend that you seek legal advice and speak to your own solicitor/barrister about the individual circumstances of your case.

If you would like to read our factsheet What happens at a Crown Court trial - the Defence case click here

If you would like to read the earlier factsheets in the series click on the links below

What happens at a Crown Court trial – an introduction

What happens at a Crown Court trial – the prosecution case

We will shortly be releasing the last in the series What happens at a Crown Court trial – the verdict

We hope that you find these helpful.

We are always open to suggestions about what to write about so if there are any criminal law related topics that we haven’t already covered that you would like to know more about, please leave your suggestions in the box below.

17 comments

  1. D Funnell

    Thank you for your excellent representation in a difficult case, I really couldn’t have expected a better outcome.

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