“You are an exceptional lady who has given 100% to our family - never failing to always keep your eyes wide open and noticing the smallest of finds within a ton of information. We thank you for your diligence, keen eye and trust...”
“Caroline Snodgrass...was fantastic. For want of a better description she held our hands all the way through, her help and guidance was superb.”
Areas of law:
Actions Against the Police, Magistrates’ Court, Youth Court, Police Station, Crime and Investigation, Civil Liberties
Caroline is a solicitor based at our High Wycombe Office. A qualified duty solicitor, she deals with the full spectrum of criminal defence work at the Magistrates Court and Youth Court, from the first appearance, right through to the full preparation and conduct of trials.
Since joining Reeds in 2016 from Blaser Mills LLP, Caroline has continued to be sought out particularly for her skills and expertise in dealing with allegations of assault cases, both of a domestic nature and those committed in a more social setting, where her tactical advice and robust presentation of her client’s cases in Court, produces exceptional results.
Her approachable nature means that she is perfectly placed to assist young or vulnerable clients. She maintains a strong client base of young clients within the Youth Court, including those charged with serious matters of assault and drug offences, where her ability to speak plainly ensures that they and indeed their parents or carers, are always informed about what to expect.
Caroline frequently represents clients suffering with mental health difficulties, where she takes care in ensuring their interests are properly protected; sensitively dealing with issues such as fitness to plead or stand trial by instructing medical experts where necessary, and ensuring that she is therefore always able to retain her client’s confidence and trust throughout the proceedings.
She is additionally a member of our Actions Against the Police Team where she provides clients with assistance with Police complaints in cases including unlawful detention and arrest, harassment and assault and excessive force.