Post Office Horizon Legal Representation
Brought back to public attention this month by ITV’s four-part drama ‘Mr. Bates vs. The Post Office,’ the story of how over 700 former sub-postmasters were wrongfully convicted, has prompted many to come forward and seek justice.
Despite warnings that the system was flawed, the Post Office relentlessly pursued the sub-postmasters and postmistresses with many accused individuals advised to plead guilty or face criminal convictions, and for some, prison sentences. Leading to the destruction of their reputations, loss of life savings and a permanent change in their lives.
The Fight To Justice
Though the show has given exonerated victims a platform to speak up about the injustice inflicted on them while championing their fight, there are still many people affected yet to come forward.
Joe Hamilton, a Royal Mail and Horizon victim, urges those to come forward, “I really do hope that gives others the courage to finally come forward. The drama is going to have a massive audience, and I hope that those who went through what we did, and are yet to clear their names, see that a pathway has been set for them. I can understand people who were once so badly let down by the justice system feeling they can’t face it again, but so much legal work has now been done for them.
Garrick Law, Ready To Help Those Clear Their Name
Looking to seek justice? We can help.
Experts in Criminal Appeals, and with our own Narita Bahra KC having successfully defended former employees and companies accused of wrongdoing, we are here and ready to assist those in reopening their convictions
Narita Bahra Defends Royal Mail Employee and Companies Accused
R v K – Narita Bahra successfully defended an employee of the Royal Mail Revenue Protection Department who was alleged to have assisted a company in defrauding the Royal Mail of approximately 33 million pounds of revenue fraud and attempting to pervert the course of justice. The case resulted in a ‘not guilty’ verdict.
Narita Bahra acted for a company accused of fraud by the Royal Mail. No formal charges laid.
We Can Help – Get In Touch
If you’ve suffered as a result of the post office scandal or have a conviction you are looking to appeal and want to speak to us, contact a member of our team today at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)203 196 7822.