Jack Tomlinson

Solicitor

Jack Tomlinson

Jack joined Olliers in 2023 having previously qualified as a solicitor at a leading firm in the Manchester area. Prior to qualifying as a solicitor in 2020, Jack completed his law degree at Leeds Beckett University and Legal Practice Course at BPP University, Manchester. Jack has previously specialised in motoring law and continues to provide his expertise on motoring cases and providing supervision to junior members of the legal team.

Jack represents clients at all stages of the criminal investigation process, right from the interview stage, on both a legal-aid funded and private basis. Jack is currently undergoing the police station accreditation process and currently represents existing clients at the police station. Jack has developed a keen interest in pre-charge cases and the preparation of Crown Court matters, in particular contested cases being prepared for trial.

Jack has completed the internal pre-charge accreditation programme and also assists senior partners on serious crime cases including historic rape and large-scale fraud allegations

Recent Cases

  • 2024 – ongoing R v NR – representing a client facing two counts of causing death by careless driving
  • 2024 R v KW – no further action taken against client following police interview in respect of alleged breaches of a non-molestation order following carefully drafted account by way of prepared statement
  • 2024 R v KK – failure to provide evidential specimen case discontinued following submission of a defence medical report supporting client’s account that the failure to provide blood was based on the grounds that the client suffered from PTSD
  • 2024 R v AS – community order secured for client following guilty plea to assault occasioning actual bodily harm. The case involved a defendant, a security guard who assaulted a patient who was receiving hospital treatment. The case passed the custody threshold but with effective mitigation, a prison sentence was avoided
  • 2024 – R v NS – successful pre-charge representations to secure NFA for allegations of malicious communications
  • 2023 – R v JS – conditional discharge achieved further to a guilty plea for a domestic violence assault
  • 2023 – R v HN – NFA secured in domestic assault allegation further to early interaction with the police

Testimonials

“Outstanding service from solicitor Jack Tomlinson at Olliers. Throughout the case Jack has given his expert advice thereby securing the best outcome. He has been informative, supportive and communicative throughout. Highly recommend Olliers and if Jack is your solicitor you are in safe hands. Thank you Jack.”

“Jack at Olliers was fantastic for me while I had Olliers represent me. Always responded to me fast and kept me in the loop with what was going on, worked very hard and very happy with them as a whole. Would highly recommend them as a company.”

“Jack Tomlinson gave excellent advice on how to put forward the representation which led to no further action in the case. His understanding, professionalism and knowledge led to the strategy being successful. His communication through the process was always professional with humanity and understanding of the stress the situation brought. Highly Recommended”

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Jack Tomlinson

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