People from all walks of life get in trouble with the law every day. The seriousness can vary from relatively minor road traffic and public order matters to cases affecting a person’s liberty and freedom.
We recognise the vital importance of prompt and clear advice for any person that finds himself or herself detained as part of an investigation or who has been requested by An Garda Síochána to assist with their enquiries. Marcella has the expertise to assist you and is in a position to attend at a Garda Station in in the County of Tipperary.
Marcella has experience in all areas of Criminal Law and in all levels from Central Criminal Court, to matters in the Circuit and District Courts.
Areas of expertise include:
Theft and related offences
Public Order Offences
Road Traffic Offences
Driving without insurance/tax/driver’s licence
This is not a finite list of our experience in Criminal Law, and we can advise in any other aspect of the judicial system as may be required
*REMEMBER, you have a right to consult with a solicitor before questioning takes place. We strongly recommend you avail of this right.
What to do if you are charged with an offence? Contact your Solicitor for prompt advice. Keep safe all paperwork given to you by An Garda Síochána. Make an appointment to meet with Marcella and bring with you to the appointment any Charge Sheets or Summonses. You should keep a record of what has happened being careful to record times and dates so this may be of assistance to you going forward.
At Sheehy Manton Solicitors Marcella has many years of experience in dealing with an array of District Court cases.
We can advise on all District Court matters such as the summons, the charge, the alleged offence, pleading or contesting and the likely outcomes.
We can also advise you in relation to bail application and lodging appeals to the Circuit Court.
Marcella has represented people appearing in the District Court level right up to Central Criminal Court in Dublin.
Legal Aid Marcella is on the criminal legal aid panel. In order to qualify for legal aid you are required to meet certain criteria.
If you have any questions about Legal Aid or your entitlement to it, please do not hesitate to get in touch and arrange a consultation regarding your circumstances and the possibilities open to you.