Jessica Maguire Legal Assistant


Areas of expertise

Jessica became an Accredited Police Station Representative in 2014 and has a wealth of experience in advising individuals in interviews under caution conducted at the police station. The offences for which her clients have been interviewed include: rape and serious sexual assaults, offences of violence and offences under the Computer Misuse Act. She has also advised clients under investigation for involvement in large drug conspiracies and firearms offences.

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Recent work

  • Representing a number of clients at police stations for domestic allegations of assault whilst parallel family proceedings ongoing;
  • Advising a well-known comedian as to the risk of committing criminal offences when preparing forthcoming pranks;
  • Acting for a high-profile individual in relation to a large scale drugs conspiracy involving a complex police surveillance operation;
  • Assisting in confiscation proceedings of an individual following a guilty plea to bribery offences;
  • Representing clients in police custody following arrest in relation to sexual assaults;
  • Acting for an individual under investigation for Computer Misuse Act offences. Persuading the police to deal with the matter by way of a Community Resolution Order, therefore avoiding any prosecution or police caution which may have harmed their future career.

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Jessica read Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Portsmouth and graduated in 2012. She then qualified as an Accredited Police Station representative in 2014.

Prior to working at Corker Binning, Jessica worked as a caseworker at a London based Legal 500 firm dealing with an extensive range of police station matters including offences against the person, sexual offences and fraud, whilst assisting both Partners and Solicitors with general crime and extradition matters at both the Magistrates’ Court and Crown Court.

Jessica also volunteers as a Mentor with The Big House theatre company, working with care leavers and other youths aged 16-25 who are at high risk of social exclusion.

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