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Rob Lowe

Rob Lowe

Chesterfield police station accredited representative Rob Lowe

Born and bred in Chesterfield, Rob works from our Beetwell Street office.  He has worked in the legal sector since he was 18 years old.  He worked in different areas of law before deciding that the only area he wanted to focus on was criminal defence.

He began his career in criminal law in 2000 as a Crown Court litigator.  He qualified as an accredited police station representative in 2003.  Since then he has focused on nothing else  than providing free legal advice to clients being interviewed under caution by the police.  His ability and vast experience makes him a very safe pair of hands at the police station, who will always do his very best to achieve the best possible outcome for his client.

Rob is experienced in dealing with a full range of offences, from minor thefts to complex frauds and murder, with all other offences in between.  He has represented clients from all walks of life, including serving police officers, company directors, animal rights action groups and serving forces personnel.  Rob will go into any case, whether at 3pm or 3am, wanting to the very best for the client, whoever it is and whatever their circumstances.

Rob is willing to travel to any police station in the UK to represent his clients.  Recent examples include Manchester, Liverpool, Stoke-On-Trent, Skegness, Boston and Coventry.

Rob has a calming and easy going nature which makes clients feel at ease,  in what is a very difficult time for them.  This has also enabled him to form excellent working relationship with the investigating officers from which the client benefits, as they are receptive to his representations.  he is also not afraid to do battle with the police when circumstances require.  He has a track record of achieving favourable outcomes for his clients.

Contact:

Chesterfield Office:
5 Beetwell Street
Chesterfield,
S40 1SH

Tel: 01246 387999
Email: rob.lowe@vhsfletchers.co.uk

W. Theft. Leader of animal rights organisation accused of misappropriating funds belonging to the organisation. Case required detailed analysis of the evidence at the investigation stage coupled with very lengthy interviews. The client was eventually refused charge.

P. Indecent Images. School teacher found with a large number of indecent images of children on his computer. A great deal of care and attention was needed, as the client was very vulnerable once the reality of his situation hit home.

A. Murder. Client accused of being involved in a joint enterprise killing of a member of the travelling community.

M. Attempted murder. Serving prisoner accused of attempting to murder a prison officer by wrapping a ligature around his neck.

J. Road Traffic Fatality. Young man involved in a road traffic collision for which he was at fault resulting in the death of his brother. The case involved a great deal of client care and attention, particularly in liaising with distraught family members.

D. Impersonating a Police Officer. High profile client accused of impersonating a police officer by wearing clothing that wrongly led members of the public to believe he was a police officer. Other lawyers and the police felt that the client should accept a caution but the client had a defence. In the event the client was refused charge.

R v B.  Section 20 Grievous Bodily Harm.  Police station advice provided the starting point for a successful argument for a suspended sentence for this Chesterfield client. Read more here.

R v J. Police Interview. Police station advice given to this Chesterfield client even when the police investigation moved to Skegness police station. Read more here.

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