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Lyndsey Brown

Lyndsey Brown - Director

Lyndsey has been a specialist criminal practitioner for over 20 years and is one of the firms directors. 

Since 1996 she has built a strong and loyal client following, working predominantly in the Salford and North areas of Manchester.

Lyndsey has dealt with a range of cases from general crime to domestic and gangland murders, robberies, people trafficking, multi-million pound drug importations and serious sexual offences.

She appears daily in the Magistrates and Youth Courts, attends the police station and prepares serious cases for trial before the Crown Court.

Lyndsey is down to earth, making her very approachable. She has a formidable record at securing bail in serious cases and acquittals at trial. She is very experienced in dealing with those suffering from mental illness.

She is also the firms nominated Compliance Officer for Financial Affairs, Money Laundering Officer and Complaints handler.

Lyndsey represented multi defendants in serious operation cases including Operation Weston and Operation Billow where some of those she represented were acquitted following lengthy trials.

"I have known Lyndsey for nearly 20 years. She has always been a formidable criminal lawyer. She is knowledgable, efficient, approachable and very capable - that is why clients know that they will receive a first class service when they instruct her. She has instructed me in many cases and I have witnessed first hand how utterly committed she is to ensuring that every client receives the best possible advice and representation. I know that she is held in the very highest regard by other solicitors and by barristers - she deserves to be. I would not hesitate to recommend her."
Mark Friend
Lincoln House Chambers

"Lyndsey Brown puts her heart and soul into the cases she defends. Her tenacious approach is a credit to her and easily explains her popularity as a solicitor sought out by those involved in complicated and serious offences."
Robert Kearney
Senior Barrister
Lincoln House Chambers