James A. Boyle & Co. Solicitors

Criminal Law Solicitors in Kildare

Criminal Law

At James A. Boyle & Company we understand that being accused or charged with a criminal offence can be an extremely stressful situation. Seamus Boyle endeavours to offer a friendly and professional service throughout your case.

We have over 30 years of experience of defending people whatever your charge or summons may be from the moment of arrest by an Gardaí through to defending your case in court.

We can assist you in Kildare and the surrounding counties including Dublin and Nationwide.

Every single is entitled to legal defence at every stage in the criminal justice system. This defence includes representation throughout the entire process, right from the point when you first come in contact with the Guards.

Our team of highly experienced and knowledgeable criminal solicitors are on hand for all minor and major cases. We advise clients on their rights, obligations, and entitlements at each step of their process and ensure that they are fully prepared for the next stages. The James A. Boyle & Co team are available at all stages of the process, from advising at Garda Stations through to trial and all appeal stages in all levels of Irish Courts.

We are experienced and compassionate criminal defence solicitors and all stages deal with cases professionally and discreetly, continuously seek to protect the privacy of our clients wherever possible.

Our criminal solicitors can assist you in all aspects of criminal law, including:

  • Garda Station Attendance

  • Court Attendance

  • Criminal Defence

  • Appeals

  • Unlawful Detention

  • Judicial Review

  • Motoring Offences

  • Drink & Drug Offences

  • Assault/Theft/Fraud etc.

  • Financial Crimes

For Expert Advice & Legal Services Regarding All Aspects of Criminal Law Book a Consultation with James A. Boyle & Co

Criminal Defence Solicitors – FAQS

  • The Gardaí want to talk to me what should I do?

    Once you become aware the Gardaí want to talk to you, the first thing you should do is contact a solicitor. Whether you are a witness in a case, a victim, or being questioned as a suspect, it is important that you know your rights, entitlements and obligations. A solicitor will help prepare you for what could possibly be a long and difficult journey. They can visit you, advise you and accompany you at the Garda Station in order to protect your interests.

  • How do I get a solicitor for court?

    If possible you should visit the court you are due to attend in advance of our own court date. You will be able to see all the solicitors available in that court and will get an idea of what to expect. You can choose a solicitor from that pool or you can do some research and hire a solicitor that you have found online or through word of mouth. It is never a good idea to simply choose the first solicitor you see on the day of your court appointment as preparing in advance will enable you to get the best outcome for your case.

  • Would I qualify for legal aid?

    If you are unemployed, or are in low paid employment you will qualify for legal aid as it is means tested and you will be helped to apply in court by your solicitor.