For many this last week has been the strangest of experiences: a mixture of the novelty of working from home coupled with a high degree of isolation from friends and colleagues. Many have learned new skills, such as how to host a multi-player quiz over Zoom, and discovered that there are ways through digital means to achieve the same objective – almost! True Skyping your friends and giving a virtual hug is not the same as the real thing, but it does accomplish the intended go
Representation at the police station by our Solicitors does not involve undue delay Tuckers Solicitors have a 24 hour rota to cover police stations and there is always someone on duty ready to go to the police station. On a busy day we provide further backup. The police sometimes discourage people from having legal representation for fear of the day but any delay is normally the fault of the police not solicitors who attend as soon as the police are ready to interview.
Representation at the police station is free of charge It’s true. It is free of any cost to you. You get the benefit of highly specialist and trained police station lawyers and legal representatives and without personally having to pay a penny towards this. Even the government recognises the importance of representation in the police station which is why it is free of charge to ensure there are no miscarriages of justice.
Gemma Adams, a Paralegal based at our Margate office, was invited to attend Folkestone Academy this week to give two career talks to secondary school students. The first session was with a select group of students from Years 7, 8 and 9, who had expressed an interest in studying Law. The second session was with students from Year 12 who were studying Law at A Level. Gemma told the students about her career path to date, explaining that she first became passionate about Law whe