We are a dedicated Crime and Legal Aid practice who understand the needs of the clients we represent in the Chesterfield, Derby and the wider areas.
Specialising in criminal defence, all types of corporate defence and matters relating to prison law we are considered to be the largest practice of our type in England and Wales.
With lawyers covering every area of criminal law we are able to support our clients with matters;
Burglary and Theft
Motoring and speeding offences
Trading standards matters
Additionally we are able to support individuals who have been charged with more serious matters such as rape, murder and manslaughter.
All our lawyers understand that a discreet, professional, approach is required at what is usually a very difficult point in a persons life.
In the first instance please either call us or complete the form on the right and we'll call you back to discuss your circumstances.
The Johnson Partnership
Index picture, Chesterfield Church "slates".
In a landmark legal application, the Court of Appeal was told that domestic violence victims should be covered by the so-called "Tony Martin defence" to use "disproportionate force" against abusive partners.
Last March, Emma-Jayne Magson was given a life sentence after twice being convicted of murdering her boyfriend, James Knight, following a night out in March 2016.
Incidents measured 'so serious' have been dubbed "never events" as the NHS records an increasing number of alleged screw ups. Wire cutters and drill bits are among the handful of objects recorded as having been left inside patients by mistake at NHS hospitals.
The NHS has defined 'never events' as "serious, largely preventable patient safety incidents that should not occur if healthcare providers have implemented existing national guidance or safety recommendations".
A driver has been fined £200 for a hate crime against a French traffic warden, calling her an "immigrant" and told her to "get out of the country".
The court heard how the warden, Melissa Marques, told Lee Parker, from Birmingham, he was parked illegally in a loading bay in Worcester. Ms Marques followed him around the corner, to which Parker shouted abuse, telling her to "shut up" before parking his car on double yellow lines.