11th January 2018
It is absolutely vital that you take and get first-rate legal advice if you ever find yourself in a police station suspected of a criminal offence.
What you say or agree to in a police station will dictate what will happen to you and can easily affect whether or not prosecution is brought.
Remember that any representation and advice we provide you with in the police station is entirely free.
We are available to represent our clients in the police station 24 hours a day 7 days a week, even during holiday periods. We are able to provide this extensive cover thanks to our teams of highly qualified and experienced solicitors and accredited police station lawyers.
The law in relation to all this is complex and often confusing. Ring us on any of our office numbers for advice and reassurance anytime, day or night.
If you find yourself arrested and taken to a police station you must be told by the police of your right to free and independent legal advice. Tell the police that you want to speak to Cartwright King and the police will contact us.
Do not speak to the police about anything until you have spoken to us.
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You can always call us on 0808 168 5550 or email on email@example.com
11th September 2017
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