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I'm Innocent

“The power to falsely accuse a man of rape is a coveted power that permits women to destroy a man with a mere accusation . . . .” –  John Davis, Female Sex Predators:  A Crime Epidemic

I didn’t do it.

Innocent, but falsely accused?  If so, you need a lawyer who believes you, who will work with you and for you unfailingly with brilliance and expertise. 

If you tell us you’re innocent, it becomes fact. Winning is what the Crime Team at Mowbray Woodwards is all about.  If we take on your case, your innocence, your liberty, your family, your life will become our world too.

We achieve this by understanding what you are: innocent.  Then we take the allegations and dismantle them line by line.  We find witnesses and evidence to corroborate your account.   We confront so-called forensic evidence with experts who know more than anyone else.  Our lawyers are simply better than their opposite numbers.  We prepare more thoroughly.  Every detail is checked and cross checked.  Disclosure isn’t chipped away at, it’s hammered from the outset.  Site visits, maps, plans, imagery, CCTV, phone records, texts, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter.  Nothing is left to chance.  You’re innocent, nothing is more important.

We trust you.

For confidential and impartial advice call 01225 485700 or email confidential@mowbraywoodwards.co.uk

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