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COVID-19 UPDATE: We would like to reassure people that Kang & Co Solicitors is fully operational during the current international health crisis.
Case meetings after being appointed will be conducted via either a phone or video conference to comply with government instructions.

Firearm Licence Appeal Solicitors

Specialist solicitors for Firearm Licensing Appeals

If you require legal advice from a specialist licensing solicitor regarding firearms, air weapons, shotguns or antique guns, call our lawyers on 0345 222 9955 for a Free Initial Telephone Assessment regarding your firearm licensing issue or appeal.

The Chief Officer of the Police Force in which the certificate holder of the firearm licence resides has the power to revoke the firearm certificate. When the Police believe that the holder of the licence is no longer suitable to have a firearm in his / her possession, the certificate will be revoked. In these circumstances expert legal advice should be obtained as soon as possible.

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Revocation of A Firearm Licence

Firearm certificate holders will already be aware that the Police has the power to revoke or refuse to grant a firearm licence, if this has occurred you should seek expert legal advice as soon as possible to establish the options available to you. Our Solicitors and Barristers are instructed by clients throughout England and Wales on a variety of firearm licence appeal cases

Why choose Kang & Co’s Licensing Law Solicitors

  • If you have been convicted or are under investigation for a criminal offence;
  • If you are considered a danger to public safety;
  • Physical health issues which may prevent you from using a firearm safely;
  • Potential mental health issues which may indicate that you are unstable with a firearm;
  • If a person is believed to be unfit to be entrusted with a firearm.
  • Breach of conditions of a shotgun certificate
  • Alcohol or drug abuse
  • Lapse in shotgun security (leaving a gun out of the secure cabinet
  • Domestic violence

Firearm and Shotgun Appeals

If your licence has been revoked or not renewed, our skilled lawyers have significant experience in negotiating with the police on our client’s behalf to persuade the police to reconsider their decision.

If negotiations with the police do not provide the desired result, you have the right to appeal the decision to the Crown Court. Our solicitors and barristers can be appointed to appeal the decision of the Chief Officer of Police to the Crown Court under Section 44 Firearms Act 1968.

Appeal Time Limits

If you do not agree with the decision of the Chief Officer of Police your appeal must be lodged with the Crown Court within 21 days of receipt of the revocation or refusal decision.

Crown Court Licence Appeals

If you have decided to appeal the refusal or revocation of your firearm licence, you should act quickly to appoint a lawyer as soon as possible as the time limits for submitting an appeal to the Crown Court are very limited.

When lodging an appeal, detailed preparation of your case is essential if you are to be successful at the Appeal Hearing. Crucially, new evidence can be admitted at the appeal, which may not have been previously available. An appeal is considered on the circumstances of the case and merits, presentation of a compelling and persuasive argument of your circumstances and the evidence which supports your case is also a vital element of increasing the prospects of a successful result at Court and for that reason care should be taken to appoint a skilled barrister / Court advocate.

Our solicitors and barristers have significant Court experience in representing clients at trials, sentence hearings and appeals. This experience places our lawyers in an ideal position to represent shotgun and firearm clients at appeals in the Crown Court.

How We Can Assist?

  • Advise you on the prospects of a shotgun / firearm licence Appeal
  • Negotiate on your behalf with the Police
  • Prepare and lodge an appeal to the Crown Court
  • Prepare a compelling and convincing Appeal
  • Represent you at the Crown Court for the Licence Appeal Hearing

Firearm and Shotgun Appeals

If your licence has been revoked or not renewed, our skilled lawyers have significant experience in negotiating with the police on our client’s behalf to persuade the police to reconsider their decision.

If negotiations with the police do not provide the desired result, you have the right to appeal the decision to the Crown Court. Our solicitors and barristers can be appointed to appeal the decision of the Chief Officer of Police to the Crown Court under Section 44 Firearms Act 1968.

Appeal Time Limits

If you do not agree with the decision of the Chief Officer of Police your appeal must be lodged with the Crown Court within 21 days of receipt of the revocation or refusal decision.

Crown Court Licence Appeals

If you have decided to appeal the refusal or revocation of your firearm licence, you should act quickly to appoint a lawyer as soon as possible as the time limits for submitting an appeal to the Crown Court are very limited.

When lodging an appeal, detailed preparation of your case is essential if you are to be successful at the Appeal Hearing. Crucially, new evidence can be admitted at the appeal, which may not have been previously available. An appeal is considered on the circumstances of the case and merits, presentation of a compelling and persuasive argument of your circumstances and the evidence which supports your case is also a vital element of increasing the prospects of a successful result at Court and for that reason care should be taken to appoint a skilled barrister / Court advocate.

Our solicitors and barristers have significant Court experience in representing clients at trials, sentence hearings and appeals. This experience places our lawyers in an ideal position to represent shotgun and firearm clients at appeals in the Crown Court.

Call Our Lawyers

0345 222 9955

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Birmingham Head Office

1 Victoria Square
Birmingham
B1 1BD

London Office

5 Chancery Lane
London
WC2A 1LG

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Exchange House
494 Midsummer Boulevard
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Our Competitively Priced Agreed Fees for Criminal Offence cases start from £1,500 + VAT

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An exceedingly competent, professional and dedicated practice lead from the front by Manjinder Kang.

In my experience, it is often very difficult to find a professional organisation that truly delivers on their promise of expertise, quality of service, compassion and dedication to their client.

I would not hesitate in recommending Kang & Co Solicitors.  Mr. C Pilkington

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Amazing service overall. I was impressed with how fast I had responses from emails with any queries or questions.

On the day of my meeting with Kang & Co all options were made very clear and the advice I was given provided the result I wanted!

I highly recommend Kang & Co.

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Kang & Co Solicitors is a truly specialist high-end law firm providing legal advice and representation for all matters involving Criminal Law, Driving Offences, Transport Law, Pace Interviews, Regulatory Law and Licensing Law.

Our head office is located at 1 Victoria Square in Birmingham City Centre and we offer our services throughout England and Wales on a private fee-paying basis. We also have an office at 5 Chancery Lane in London and another office in central Milton Keynes. We are frequently instructed by individuals and businesses nationwide.

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Birmingham Office

1 Victoria Square
Birmingham
West Midlands
B1 1BD

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London Office

5 Chancery Lane
Holborn
London
WC2A 1LG

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Milton Keynes Office

Exchange House
494 Midsummer Boulevard
Milton Keynes
MK9 2EA

Business Hours

Monday – Friday
09:00 – 17:00
Weekends/Bank Holidays
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Meetings at our offices are by Appointment Only

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