EDWARDS VAZIRANEY are top Criminal Defence Solicitors who specialise in Criminal Defence. We are expert in a wide range of criminal offences including murder, international drug smuggling and armed robbery. We cover the whole of London and the South East but can often travel to other parts of the country depending on the case.
EDWARDS VAZIRANEY employ a first class team of hard working, proactive and dedicated Solicitors, some of whom have over twenty years experience of Criminal Law.
EDWARDS VAZIRANEY only instructs the best Barristers in London, who are handpicked for their excellent advocacy skills and their willingness to roll up their sleeves and to fight fearlessly for our Clients. All of the Firm’s Solicitors are members of the London Criminal Courts Solicitors Association (LCCSA) and the Criminal Law Solicitors Association (CLSA).
EDWARDS VAZIRANEY has been awarded a Specialist Quality Mark in Crime by the Legal Services Commission and is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).
EDWARDS VAZIRANEY have also achieved Lexcel which is the Law Society’s Quality Mark. The Lexcel Quality Mark is only awarded to solicitors who meet high management standards, offer a high quality service and achieve high customer care standards.
EDWARDS VAZIRANEY prides itself on always being friendly, approachable and understanding.
We have represented our Clients in many particularly high profile and sensitive cases with considerable media attention. All our Clients are always without question treated in a discreet and sympathetic and caring way. A very high proportion of our Clients have come to us by recommendation from satisfied Clients and their families.
Our Clients have access to an out of hours emergency help line which is always answered by our highly experienced and qualified Solicitors.
We believe that we offer an unrivalled degree of service and expertise which is second to none and we would be very pleased to help you at a time when you may need us the most.
We always present the Defence case as the one the Prosecution has to disprove.