Michael McKeown

Having joined Cobleys Solicitors in 2008, Michael quickly established himself as one of the leading Police Station Advisors both locally and nationally, having dealt with all manner of offences from common assault and theft matters, right through to murder, conspiracy to import and manufacture firearms and routinely deals with county line drugs matters across the country.

Michael has particular expertise at the police station where his services are sought nationwide. One day working in Bournemouth, the next Birmingham but more often than not, he can be found in Liverpool. No distance is too far and he is readily available to travel to any corner of the country in order to represent people detained, no matter where the suspects are from.

Besides attending at the police station, Michael deals with all manner of matters. In the Magistrates Court, Michael has had recent dealings with a multi-billion dollar international corporate entity accused of criminal offences on a privately funded basis. Due to extensive representations made to the prosecuting agencies, the allegations brought against the company were discontinued on two separate occasions, by two separate prosecuting agencies which ensured the company kept its good character and did not receive any negative press due to the representations. The company is now still able to trade without any hindrance whatsoever. At the Crown Court recently having dealt with a suspect in relation to a cocaine and heroin county lines drugs conspiracy where the suspect was accused of being the head of an organised crime group. Working closely with counsel the defendant was acquitted of the offence following a retrial, against significantly strong evidence in the case.

If you have been arrested and released by the police or find yourself in custody accused of an offence, please arrange an appointment to see Michael by calling Cobleys on 0151 242 9000 or if in custody, write a letter and we can book an urgent video link or visit for Michael to see you at the prison you are detained in.