Police Interviews

When you’re facing the daunting prospect of an interview under caution, you need someone you can trust to guide you through the process.

What Are Your Rights?

Everyone has the right to free, independent legal advice when they are interviewed under caution, regardless of their means. Often, people who have little/no experience of Police interviews will ask for the duty solicitor because they don’t know anyone else who can help.

As Legal Aid providers, Fisher & Co is part of the duty solicitor scheme which means our solicitors and Police Station advisors are on a rota of people who offer advice and representation to detainees who have asked for the duty solicitor.

However, anyone can request a particular solicitor or firm of solicitors regardless of whether they have used them before or whether they are “on duty”. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Advice & Representation

Representation does not always conclude at the end of a Police interview. If you are charged, bailed, reported for summons or released under investigation, you are likely to need further assistance. Even if we have not acted for you at the Police Station, we are happy to provide advice and/or representation going forward.

To discuss an upcoming interview or existing Police investigation, contact us now.