If you have been asked to attend a police station for a voluntary interview, or you have been arrested and detained at a police station, it is your legal right to request advice and representation from a solicitor.
As a leading firm of criminal solicitors, we can provide free legal advice from an experienced criminal defence solicitor at both the police station and at court.
Our London-based criminal defence solicitors offer a free, 24 hour legal representation service and advice from a solicitor at police stations. Based in London and the surrounding home counties, we are also able to provide you with legal assistance beyond these areas.
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Been asked to attend a voluntary interview?
A voluntary interview – also known as a caution plus 3 interview – takes place at the police station, where you will be asked to assist the police with their enquiries into a suspected criminal offence.
The police will caution you before the interview takes place, although you are not under arrest. You can leave the police station at any time, unless the police do choose to arrest you. The interview will be recorded and anything you say during the interview may be used as evidence in court, should the case proceed that far.
A voluntary police interview is as serious as a police interview under caution. You are entitled to receive independent legal advice whether you are giving a voluntary interview or a standard interview. This is important to ensure you are not misinterpreted and don’t incriminate yourself with the answers you provide to the questions asked by the police.
At Lawtons, we have plenty of experience in representing our clients at voluntary police interviews. We can guide you through the interview process, arranging the interview with the police at a time and date to suit you, accompanied by a specialist criminal defence solicitor.
We strongly advise that you seek expert legal advice ahead of a voluntary police interview, to ensure your rights are protected and you are treated fairly.
Expert legal representation in Luton, Bedfordshire
If you have been asked to attend Luton police station for a voluntary interview, contact us or find our solicitors in Luton for expert legal advice and representation. We can represent you at the police station, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
We pride ourselves on providing personalised legal advice and assistance in any criminal charges that have been made against you. Our team of experienced criminal defence solicitors will work with you to obtain the best possible outcome in your individual case.