Attending the police station
Being interviewed under caution in respect of an allegation can be an extremely stressful. You should however, remember that in such a situation, you have rights and it is important to know what those rights are and how they can be protected. You have the right, for example, to obtain legal advice and representation in respect of the interview.
At Libra Solicitors we take protecting your rights and interests seriously, and we can provide expert legal advice and representation to individuals who have been asked to voluntarily attend an interview under caution, or have been arrested. If you know that you are going to have to attend the police station, we strongly suggest that you take legal advice before you attend as you may well be interviewed under caution.
How we can help
We are committed to providing our clients with clear, practical legal advice they can trust and the services we provide are tailored to each of our client’s individual needs.
Should you decide to instruct us we will:-
- Provide you with expert legal advice in respect of the investigation
- Speak directly to the investigators or police to ascertain the details of the allegation and obtain disclosure
- Attend the interview with you wherever it may take place
- Put your interests first and focus on protecting your legal rights throughout the investigative process
- Make representations to the investigators when necessary
- Consider making representations in support of bail if bail is being denied
- Advise you of the merit of any defences that should or could be put forward during the investigation
Why call us?
At Libra Solicitors we listen to our clients’ concerns. Only after an examination of the issues, do we advise. Our expertise allows us to provide our clients with a service that they can rely on and advice that they can use to make decisions with confidence.
We continue provide expert advice and representation to our clients throughout the Midlands, Cambridgeshire and the East of England. When we are instructed by our clients to go further afield, we are happy to do so.
Should your matter proceed to court, a barrister or solicitor-advocate will lead your case, so you can be sure that the advice and representation you receive is of the highest quality.
When the consequences of a driving ban or a criminal conviction for a motoring offence can be so far-reaching, we believe that it makes sense to obtain legal advice at the earliest opportunity, so call us now on 01223 632420 and let us see how we can help you.