Free police station advice
If you find yourself under arrest, or called in to a police station for interview or even what the police might refer to as an ‘informal chat’, it’s vital to have a solicitor present.
Remember that regardless of how much you earn, you are entitled to free legal advice at a police station.
The police also now interview people in their homes or at the place of arrest, but the same rules apply; you are legally entitled to have a solicitor present under such circumstances.
Cases are often won or lost at police stations
Often, the most critical moments in deciding a legal case involving the police occur at the police station, even for more trivial offences such as minor shop theft or public disturbance.
We always recommend you have a solicitor present with you at such a crucial time, and we offer free police station advice and assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
It’s vital to ask to see a solicitor before saying anything as anything you do say may be used in evidence against you.
Contact us for prompt service
Once you contact us here at MVLLP, one of our highly-experienced solicitors will attend promptly and then be able to have a private consultation with you before you answer any police questions.
Our criminal defence team are experts
At MVLLP our criminal defence team are experts in their field. We are accredited by the Law Society as specialists in criminal litigation so you can be assured you’re receiving the highest possible level of legal advice.
Language assistance available
Additionally, if you require language assistance, solicitors here at MVLLP are fluent in the main Indian language of Hindu, Punjabi and Urdu.
We offer legal advice, assistance and representation in all aspects of criminal defence services, including:
- Weapons offences
- Drug offences
- Motoring and other road traffic offences
- Public order affairs
- Employee fraud
- HM Revenue & Customs issues
- Trading Standards prosecutions
- Forgery and counterfeiting
- Theft, handling of stolen goods and related offences
- Assaults, murders and other offences against the person
How to get in touch
Being interrogated at a police station can be a distressing experience as well as vital to the outcome of any possible case in which you’re involved, so it’s extremely important you receive the right advice.
Call us on 020 8597 5097 or email email@example.com for the best-possible, free police station advice.