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Jameel Malik

Jameel Malik

Nottingham criminal solicitor
Nottingham crime solicitor Jameel Malik

A Nottingham man born and bred, Jameel has been representing clients at the police station since 2012.  He qualified as a solicitor in the summer of 2016, following his successful training with VHS Fletchers solicitors.

During his time with this firm he has gained experience in dealing with the full range of offences from homicides, drug and sexual offences, immigration offences, frauds and driving offences.

Jameel has acted for a wide range of clients from actors, footballers, business men, students, foreign nationals, vulnerable adults, youths and all walks of life.

He has travelled all over the country to represent clients, including Birmingham, Cardiff, Liverpool, London and Manchester. Jameel is diligent and hard-working, and will bring his best to the police station in and out of normal office hours.

Jameel is capable of building a good rapport with all clients. He is a good listener and always put the client’s needs first. He won’t be rushed by pressure from the police, and will battle with the police when necessary in his client’s best interests.

Duty Solicitor Qualification

Jameel has obtained his duty solicitor qualification which will entitle him to have a place on the Nottingham duty rota from January 2017.  This builds on his police station accreditation (PSQ) which has allowed him to represent clients at the police station for the full range of offences.  He can now advise all clients, whether they come to the firm due to a specific request for our advice or through the duty solicitor scheme.

Crime Solicitor Fluent in Punjabi and Urdu

Jameel is fluent in Punjabi and Urdu which gives him a clear advantage when dealing with those client’s where English is not their first language. He is able to give clear advice that is appropriate to particular the circumstances, tailoring the manner of that advice to a client’s particular vulnerabilities. He knows when a client’s interests are served by staying silent, and when by them answering questions.


Nottingham Office:
111 Carrington Street,

Tel: 0115 9599550
Email: Jameel.malik@vhsfletchers.co.uk

A. Production of Cannabis. Client found with several cannabis plants in his address. Notwithstanding the sentencing guidelines, successful representations were made to allow the client to be given a police caution.

D. Murder. Police station advice given where the client was accused of being involved in a murder where an address had been targeted and fire-bombed.

A. City Centre Violence. The client, who was a vulnerable adult, had been accused of assaulting members of the public on a night out in the city centre.

S. Football Related Violence. The client had attended a football match where he had been accused of running on to the football pitch and assaulting a player.

M. Fraud. The client had been duped into providing her details to purchase prestige cars and secure large loans. This included detailed analysis of complex financial evidence combined with lengthy interviews with client.

Q. Knife Crime. The client was accused of being in possession of a knife in a public place. It was correctly identified that the client had a lawful defence that was put forward in interview.

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