Whether you have been charged with an offence or have been asked to attend a voluntary police interview, you should contact a solicitor. Emergency Lawyers have solicitors across the country, available 24/7, who can come to your aid immediately.
Although anyone attending a police station interview is informed of his or her right to refuse to answer a question, many foolishly waive this and needlessly incriminate themselves. Don’t let the police convince you into talking and don’t wait until you are being interviewed before contacting a lawyer. You can ask for a solicitor both before and during your interview.
Police questioning can be very stressful, especially if you have been detained, arrested, or charged. As of 2010, you can now be detained for 12 hours without charge, if the crime you are suspected of could result in imprisonment. Depending on circumstances, this could be extended for a further 12 hours. This can, of course, lead to mental exhaustion. In these instances, it is highly recommended that you are accompanied by a solicitor.
We Can Help
We will investigate your case and offer expert legal advice before an interview goes ahead. During the interview, we will discuss whether you should answer any given question, remain silent, or perhaps offer a short statement instead. Whatever your needs, whoever you are, we will fight to get you the best outcome possible.
For emergency legal assistance, our expert criminal lawyers are available 24/7 to discuss your case via phone or email