Police Station Advice & Dawn Raids

If you are suspected of committing or being involved in a criminal offence, you can either be arrested by the police or they can ask you to attend a police station voluntarily. You will then be formally interviewed ‘under caution’, which will be recorded on tape.

If you are arrested by the police, it’s very important that you know your rights – and get legal representation without delay. You are entitled to get legal advice and you can ask the police to contact Eldwick Law to represent you.

We understand that this can be a daunting experience, which is why it’s crucial that you have solicitors with a sound knowledge of criminal law and police station representation by your side. We will be there for you before your interview and for its duration. It is good practice to ask to see the types of questions the police are considering asking you. We can then discuss them with you before your interview. This will shape our advice to you on whether you should answer the questions or remain silent, or whether we should prepare a written statement on your behalf.

Following your interview, the police will decide to either charge you, release you without charge, or release you on bail for further investigation. If you are released on bail there may be conditions imposed, which we can negotiate on your behalf to cause minimal disruption to you where possible.

Call For Advice Today

With over 20 years’ experience, we can offer you full representation from the police station to advice and representation in the Magistrates’ Court and the Crown Court if you are subsequently charged.

Our team is available to assist 24 hours a day and can provide you with immediate specialist legal advice and representation  Reach us on 01274 449 299 or mail@eldwicklaw.com.