My goal is to provide high quality affordable legal representation to people caught up in the Criminal Justice System.

I undercut the traditional solicitor model by offering Direct Access to my Barrister services – so you’re not faced with the lose/lose choice of paying sky-high legal fees or going it alone.

Clients who use my services avoid unnecessary guilty verdicts and harsh penalties. They also save money and get their lives back on track much faster.

Here are a few examples of what I have done for my clients –

R v X (Uxbridge Magistrates Court)

A Government worker was accused of assaulting her son-in-law – and the stakes couldn’t have been higher.

X stood to lose her career as well as access to her grandchildren.

Because of my experience of dealing with cases like this, I knew the police had evidence that undermined their case against X – but they hadn’t shown it to her.

I prepared a detailed and carefully drafted Defence Case Statement asking for Disclosure of this evidence – which the Crown Prosecution Service ignored until the day of the trial. 

The Magistrates read my DCS and were compelled to act. They told the CPS to give me the Disclosure I was looking for.

That last minute Disclosure confirmed my suspicions that the CPS’s case was fundamentally flawed.

Nevertheless, the police and the prosecutor wanted the case to go ahead – and it did. But my cross-examination of the CPS’s witnesses showed the Magistrates just how flawed the case against X was.

The Magistrates said that it was not safe for the CPS’s case to go on – and they threw it out.

The prosecution’s case collapsed without X having to say a word. She walked away from court with her good character and her career intact.

And because X had paid an upfront fixed fee for my services, she also walked away from court without having to worry about paying any surprise or on-going legal bills.

R v Y (Stevenage Magistrates Court)

A Project Manager who needed his licence to drive from site to site for work, overtook a police car one night on the M1 – and was clocked speeding at 115 mph. Most drivers in that situation would be looking at a disqualification from driving.

Y pleaded guilty and instructed me to speak for him at his sentence. As the result of my mitigation, Y received points in lieu of a ban and kept his licence, allowing him to carry on driving, working and earning – without disruption.

R v Z (Bromley Magistrates Court)

Z was charged with Drink Driving and was facing a mandatory 12-month disqualification. While it looked like the prosecution had an overwhelming case, I successfully argued that key evidence was not admissible – and the Crown Prosecution Service dropped the case. Because I discovered this before Z’s first court date, he potentially saved thousands in solicitor’s fees.

By following my proven framework and an easy three-step plan, you’ll have peace of mind, save money and get the best possible result:

Clear Advice

Optimised Strategy

Fixed Fees

Kristin Heimark

Memberships

Gray’s Inn (Call: 2007)
South Eastern Circuit
Criminal Bar Association

Lectureships

Associate lecturer, Criminal & Public law (Open University)

Education

LL.B. (School of Oriental & African Studies)
LL.M. (London School of Economics)

Kristin Heimark

Memberships

Gray’s Inn (Call: 2007)
South Eastern Circuit
Criminal Bar Association

Lectureships

Associate lecturer, Criminal & Public law (Open University)

Education

LL.B. (School of Oriental & African Studies)
LL.M. (London School of Economics)

“Kristin was great today and got the case thrown out. Kristin is a very hard working Barrister. She put in a ton of work in getting the case together.”

Mr. J. Cockett