Expert defence when facing a Public Order Offence
The Public Order Act 1986 outlines a number of offences that range in their seriousness, from being drunk and disorderly to rioting. If you are being investigated for a Public Order offence, our criminal defence lawyers can help.
Common public order offences often relate to public affray, threatening behaviour, common assault and being drunk and disorderly. At Giles Wilson, we have decades of experience when it comes to defending clients in these areas. In some cases, acting in self-defence may be a legitimate defence in the face of a public order offence allegation – our expert criminal lawyer will be able to advise you on this.