Ilford Police Station Solicitors

Have you or a loved one been arrested?

If you are under suspicion of having committed a criminal offence, you must not take part in any kind of police station interview without having a high standard of legal representation in place first. A qualified and experienced solicitor can guide you through the entire process ahead, and ultimately may make all the difference to the outcome of the case. Your future and reputation are on the line, so do not think twice about exercising your right to legal protection.

From the very beginning the expert team at Lawtons will work closely alongside you and your family, working to safeguard what is important to you and building the most robust defence that we can. The successful outcomes we have secured in a wide variety of criminal cases have cemented our reputation as one of London’s leading law firms.

If you need legal assistance at Ilford Police Station, do not hesitate to call Lawtons on 0333 577 0522. We are available 24 hours a day.

Find Ilford Police Station at:

270-294 High Road




Expert legal representation in Ilford

If you have been interviewed at Ilford police station, either under caution or on a voluntary basis, and you require support at any stage of the process, then please contact us.

Lawtons solicitors will provide you with specialist legal advice and representation 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Have you been asked to attend a voluntary interview?

Taking part in a voluntary police interview does not mean that you don’t need legal representation. The services of a lawyer can protect you under questioning, whether you are under arrest or not, because all forms of police interview take place under caution – meaning what you say can be used as evidence, can be heard in court and is open to misinterpretation. Having a legal professional alongside you does not make you look more guilty – you are just protecting yourself, and this is vital whether you are innocent or not.

Make sure you speak to the team at Lawtons before attending Ilford Police Station by getting in touch today.