Extradition Specialists

National Legal Service is a highly respected  firm with vast expertise in defending criminal allegations. Our solicitors are experienced, tenacious and results orientated. At National Legal Service, we fight to win. A damage to your reputation will be difficult to recover from – so contact us if you are facing allegations of fraud. We work tirelessly to ensure your reputation is fiercely defended. We provide expert advice regarding:

  • Fradulent Trading
  • False Accounting
  • Money Laundering Regulations & Restrained Accounts
  • Confiscation
  • BIS (Business, Innovations and Scales) Investigations
  • Company Director Disqualifications
  • Health & Safety Act Offences

Why choose us?

  • First class lawyers who specialise in dealing with Serious Fraud Office (SFO) & National Crime Agency (NCA) Prosecutions
  • Robust & Proactive defence. We don’t react to circumstances. We ensure reliable advice and expert representation, protecting your interest at all times
  • Specialists in scrutinising & analysing document heavy cases
  • For private clients we provide affordable fixed fees which means the costs will be in control at all times

We strive to ensure that each client feels they have been well represented, looked after and listened to. Additional information about our services is available on nationallegalservice.co.uk. For a confidential & no obligation consult, contact us on +44 (0)203 601 5051.


Harun Matin- Head of Crime Department

Harun is a Londoner who has studied, qualified and practised here. As a trainee, he found a great interest in Criminal Law whilst undertaking work to assist the Solicitors on the well-known Baby P case that made national news. Once he qualified, he continued in the Criminal Law Department of an established firm in London and became a passionate and ambitious lawyer in the police stations and Magistrates courts.

Seeing his strengths as a Solicitor, Harun was not only instructed in other high profile cases such as a complex multimillion pound Fraud against O2 the network provider and the M1 arson case, causing more than £4million of damage, but also developed a working knowledge of Extradition laws and has continued pursuing this.