McKenzies Solicitors
Voluntary Attendance

Voluntary Attendance

Have you been asked to attend a police station voluntarily?

What does this mean and what will happen

As part of a police investigation, you may be asked to attend a police station voluntarily. Upon your arrival you may be arrested. If you are not arrested, then you will still be interviewed under caution.

The significance of a police interview under caution cannot be emphasised enough. What you say or don’t say can determine if you will be charged with an offence or not.

Do not be fooled into thinking that if you attend with a solicitor it will mean you have something to hide or that you are guilty of an offence.

Our specialist team of criminal defence solicitors often prevent our clients from being charged or remain the focus of a police investigation. This is because accessing the evidence disclosed and advising accordingly, enables us to ensure our clients best possible chances are preserved at all times.

If you have been asked to attend a police station, then contact us now and speak to one of our expert team members.

To speak with one of our team members please call us now on 020 8350 4114 or alternatively, complete the contact form below.

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Representation at the police station if FREE and will not cost a penny. 

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