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Pete Mitchell speaks to Liverpool Community Radio

Pete Mitchell, Partner and Criminal Law Solicitor here at Canter Levin & Berg will be speaking to Liverpool Community Radio this lunchtime from 1pm.

Pete is the latest solicitor from the firm to speak on Liverpool Community Radio’s ‘Big Lunch’ programme, following Family Law Solicitor Ruth Allanson’s appearance on the show last month. Pete will no doubt be talking about the cuts to criminal legal aid, which will see big changes to the way those in Police custody access independent legal representation.


Pete has been at the forefront of efforts here on Merseyside to oppose the changes, travelling to London recently to meet with legal professionals across the country at the Justice for Sale event. You can listen to Pete’s interview live on the LCR website or via TuneIn


Criminal Law at Canter Levin & Berg


If you have been accused of committing a criminal act, you need a criminal defence solicitor who will represent you throughout the criminal justice process in the criminal courts. At Canter Levin & Berg our criminal defence solicitors represent clients in all of the Merseyside and Lancashire Courts as a matter of routine as well as having a national presence allowing us to operate in courts throughout England and Wales.


Our criminal defence solicitors offer a service tailored to the individual circumstances of each of our clients. We understand just how serious being accused of a criminal act can be for you. If the punishment for the offence that you are accused of carries with it a prison term, you may also be coming to terms with potentially losing your livelihood and the impact that that might have on your family. Canter Levin & Berg will make sure that a qualified criminal defence solicitor is available to you at all stages of the criminal process – should you require one.

By Peter Mitchell