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Noble Solicitors

Work 0208 795 4411
Luton, Wembley

Parm Sidhu

Work 0208 795 4411
Noble Solicitors

Work Department

London Magistrates Team


Director of Crime


A Criminal Defence solicitor with extensive ‎experience representing clients regularly at the police station, Magistrates courts and who maintains a varied crown court caseload. He deals with a full range of Criminal cases both on a legal aid and private basis.

He provides legal assistance against any type of Criminal offence and has dealt with the following types of offences:

Assaults & Violence, Burglary & Theft, Criminal Damage, Public Order, Robbery, Drug Offences, Gun & Knife offences, Murder, Driving Offences, Financial Crime and Regulatory Crime.

He has experience in representing clients with mental health concerns under section in hospital and understands the needs of vulnerable clients appearing before the criminal courts.

Personal View of Criminal Defence work:

I regard Criminal Defence work as being fairly demanding, very dynamic and a challenging job that is never dull. It requires expert knowledge of the law, excellent communication skills and a quick mind to ensure ‎I never pass judgment on my clients. My aim is simple, to work tirelessly and fearlessly for all my clients.


1) never got the chance to thank you – you made the whole court process a lot less nerve racking for me. I hope I won’t have to use you again obviously, but will definitely be putting your name forward for anyone I know that needs a solicitor” - Client A

2) Parm did everything he could to reassure me throughout this extremely daunting experience (police station) his professional approach is a credit to your organisation” - Client B




Law Society

South East: Crime, fraud and licensing

Crime: fraud

Within: Crime: fraud

The team at Noble Solicitors handles a broad range of criminal defence work including complex fraud and money laundering offences. It acted for the defendants in respect of conspiracy to defraud and money laundering charges where the defendants were alleged to have fraudulently sold carbon credits causing investors to lose millions of pounds over a number of years. It also acted for a number of defendants in a case concerning charges of conspiracy to reduce the tax liability of several companies by issuing dummy invoices for salaries through a third company, where charges had been brought following a large-scale investigation by HMRC. Paul Millan heads the practice and Parm Sidhu and David Noble are other key practitioners.

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