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About Jamie Pellman.
Every client is innocent until proven guilty and entitled to a robust pro-active defence, no matter what stage their case is at. Upholding my clients’ rights to a fair trial is central to my approach and everything I do on a case.
Being subject to a criminal investigation or criminal proceedings is going to be a stressful experience for anyone involved. I ensure that at all times my clients understand their position, and the legal procedure, so they are sufficiently informed at each step.
Achieving a positive outcome for a client whose life has hung in the balance due to a case is an incredibly rewarding feeling. This is what motivates me on a daily basis.
I initially studied philosophy as an undergraduate, before looking for a more practical application for the rhetorical and analytical skills I had learnt. Law was the obvious choice, and I quickly found a passion for criminal law whilst studying it at university.
I have worked in a busy boutique London law firm, dealing with many high-profile cases which have received national media coverage. I chose to progress my career at Britton and Time due to the firm’s excellent reputation and modern approach.
Jamie holds a 2:1 degree in philosophy from the University of Sheffield. As a post-graduate, he completed his Graduate Diploma in Law and his Legal Practice Course with a masters at the University of Law. Jamie has over 5 years’ experience of running criminal cases. He was admitted as a solicitor in early 2020.
Jamie has experience in personal injury, employment and family law, but his specialism is crime. He has defended clients in all manner of criminal cases, and at all stages of proceedings. He has extensive experience representing clients at the police station, providing advocacy in court, fighting appeals and protecting assets in confiscation proceedings. Jamie has a proven track record of having cases dismissed before they reach trial.
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