Sometimes the best advice is to decline to answer questions, at least until further information about the case is provided to you; or alternatively it may be better to produce a written statement setting out your case in a clear and structured manner.
Even if you decide to answer questions, you will want to think carefully in advance about the issues with which you will have to deal.
Our specialist defence lawyers are of outstanding quality, and we are experienced in helping guide clients through the options before them and giving advices as to the best course to take.
Our reputation is based on years of providing quality assistance to our clients, protecting their rights and interests, and striving to get our clients the best result.
We recognize that to achieve the very best outcomes for our clients we need to be proactive from the earliest moment of the police investigation. In many instances we can help to avoid an arrest taking place.
A lawyer at the police station is important given the potential onerous consequences that can flow from an arrest: restrictions on travel, onerous bail conditions, and the likely hood that fingerprint and DNA samples will be taken that will remain on the national database for life.