Thank you for the question and I am sorry to hear about this matter, unfortunately, you will not be able to obtain representation via this website as we are here simply to provide general legal guidance. However, if you are required to defend a criminal matter, you may be entitled to legal aid. Legal aid is available to some people but this will depend on the issues being dealt with in the case and the applicant’s financial position. However, legal aid can be available to some people. No lawyer will be able to say if you will be entitled to legal aid or not, as each case is dealt with on and individual basis. What you will have to do is look for local relevant solicitor (most firms have them) who will accept legal aid then ask them to represent you and make an application for legal aid accordingly on your behalf. I can provide a link to help you find one or you can do a simple google search. Your instructed solicitor will help you complete the legal aid application, this will then be assessed by the legal aid board and it will be them who make a decision as to whether or not you will qualify for legal aid for the case/claim. In terms of the other issues you wish to pursue then I can provide you a link to find a solicitor near you who could provide representation in the matter depending on where you stay, the links are as follows;
Hopefully, I have answered your query in a way that is simple and easy to understand. If anything remains unclear, I will be more than happy to clarify it for you. In the meantime, thank you once again for using our services.
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