Interview Under Caution
If you are suspected of a criminal offence you can be either arrested and interviewed under caution or invited to attend for a voluntary interview, which also takes place under caution.
Free Initial Telephone Consultation
We understand that you will want to talk to us to find out how we can be of assistance and so we offer a free initial telephone consultation. Please call us on 0116 247 0790 or email email@example.com.
You should be familiar with the caution “You do not have to say anything but it may harm your defence if you do not mention when questioned anything you later rely on in court. Anything you do say may be given in evidence” Have you ever thought about what it actually means?
The police interview under caution is a very important part of the investigative process and “anything you do say” becomes evidence in your case.
Everyone, regardless of income and the type of allegation, is entitled to free and independent legal advice at the police station. Use that right. If you have made a mistake and accept that you have committed a crime there may be alternatives to being charged to court, and a solicitor will know about these and can make representations to the police on your behalf.
The solicitor can break down the elements of the offence for you and advise you on the strength of the evidence against you and outline to you your options.
Ask for ZMS at the police station, our job is to protect you and advance your legal rights whilst at the police station. It doesn’t cost a penny and you will be very glad you did.
How to Get In Contact
If you need help please call us on 0116 247 0790 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are based in Leicester but can assist across the country.