Police Station Advice
   

Our qualified Law Society accredited solicitors are available 24 hours a day 365 days a year.  If you need our assistance please either telephone :

 

Chris Bailey       07970 537631

Office                  02476  553181

 

or email :

 

crime@s-law.co.uk

 

In the majority of cases, criminal proceedings begin with the arrest of a person suspected of a criminal offence and their subsequent detention at a police station for the purpose of being interviewed about the suspected offence. Being arrested is often a harrowing experience especially if you have never been arrested before and more so if you feel you have done nothing wrong.

If you are arrested as a suspect in an offence and are detained at a police station for the purpose of being interviewed then you have certain rights which include:-

1.    The right to have someone of your choice told that you have been arrested

2.    The right to free and independent legal advice from a solicitor of your choice.

If the police propose to interview you about the allegation for which you have been arrested then they cannot do so in the absence of your nominated solicitor if you have exercised your right to representation.

You will not have to pay for our services whilst under arrest at a police station as the Legal Services Commission (formerly the Legal Aid Board) will pay our fees. We believe that you should always take up the right to representation even if you feel you have done nothing wrong.

Our Police Station Call Out service operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year nationwide. Our lawyers are accredited by the Law Society and Legal Services Commission. They are experienced in criminal law and procedure and will protect your interest and welfare while you are under detention.

If you suspect that you are about to be arrested, are related to someone who is under arrest at a police station or need advice following arrest then contact Sarginsons Law. Or if you have been arrested and charged with an offence and need advice and representation in the Magistrates' Court then contact us on the above numbers.

20th July 2018

Sarginsons Law