Trusted Burglary Solicitors in Barnes. Mackesys Solicitors has been a major criminal practice in London for 25 years, and can service clients in the Barnes area. We are holders of four Criminal Contracts, which were awarded by the Legal Services Commission. Our specialist team consists of more than 40 dedicated fee-earners, dealing with day to day crime up to serious fraud, murder and rape. Whether or not you receive sound legal advice at the police station or as soon as possible can have a profound impact on your chances of successfully defending yourself. The high quality of our work and the extensive preparation we provide has made Mackesys Burglary Solicitors serving Barnes well-known. Our knowledge of the criminal justice system is excellent. We work to get our clients the best outcomes possible. Many of Mackesys Barnes Burglary Solicitors clients have secured acquittals with the help of the various outstanding experts we have available. Serious and minor cases can be handled by our experienced team. Our 24 hour Arrest Line Service (number at top of website) means that we you can involve us as soon as possible. If you know that you will be contacted by the police, speak to us ahead of time and we will make arrangements with the appropriate police station. We have a 29-member strong team of solicitors, five of whom have spent over 20 years in criminal law, 24 of whom have Duty Status, and five of whom are preparing for Duty Status at the moment. Our Senior Managing Clerk team is made up of Police Station Accredited Representatives who have spent over 20 years representing Clients. Mackesys Burglary Solicitors in Barnes are able to represent clients within the M25, Kent, Surrey and beyond. We have ten in-house Accredited Police Station Representatives. Also, through an associated Agency, First Call Representatives, we have further access to another twenty Reps.
About Barnes. Barnes is a riverside London suburb in south-west London and in terms of local governance falls under the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. It is located around 5.8 miles (9.3 km) west south-west of Charing Cross in a loop of the River Thames, with Hammersmith Bridge at the north end. Barnes has a number of 18th and 19th century buildings of exceptional quality, and is often noted for its historic village area centred on the pond, forming the Barnes Village conservation area.