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At the Police Station

A person may have been detained in the police station for some time and are told that to have a solicitor will cause extra delay. In fact, less than 50% of people who are detained or under investigation seek legal representation whilst in the police station. It is often the case, however that they seek help from a lawyer after the event.

In our experience this can be like shutting the stable door after the horse has bolted! More often than not what happens at the police station has a critical bearing on what happens thereafter. It is so very important in our opinion to get the right advice as early as possible. Our experienced team will be able to assist you in most cases free of charge when you attend the police station even as a 'volunteer' (i.e. not under arrest). Please get in touch as soon as possible before you or your loved one goes alone, so that we can attend with you and give you the proper advice you are entitled to.

It doesn't even matter what time of the day or night it is - we provide round-the-clock, 24-hour service. See below on how best to contact us.
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