We understand that when you are arrested, or when someone you know is being questioned by the police, it can be an anxious and intimidating experience. That's why our experienced team of solicitors are here to offer straightforward legal guidance and support throughout this process
We have expertise in defending clients facing criminal investigations as well as providing advice on Human Rights issues arising from contact with the police such as strip searches and requests for fingerprints and DNA samples. Our services also extend to helping detect whether unlawful detention has occurred, or if false allegations have been made against someone.
Fill in this form and a member of our Police Station advice team will give you a callJon Stones - Director
We understand how daunting it can be to find yourself or a loved one in such a situation, and our team of experienced solicitors are well-equipped to provide you with fast, reliable legal advice and representation when it counts most.
Our police station representation service provides round-the-clock support, no matter the nature of your circumstances; we’ll make sure that you have access to the best possible legal representation from start to finish. Our professional staff will help explain everything you need to know about your case before offering sound guidance on the appropriate steps to take next. In addition, should you require court appearances or further action taken on your behalf, we’ll be there every step of the way to ensure you have the best chance of a successful outcome.
At John Barker Solicitors, we understand that no two cases are alike - which is why our team strives to provide personalised advice tailored to your unique situation and needs.
Having a solicitor present while you are in police custody can be invaluable. A solicitor has legal training and expertise to assist you with any charges that may arise and help make sure your rights are respected. They can provide advice on how to answer questions posed by the police, discuss plea deals or help negotiate bail terms. Ultimately, a solicitor is there to ensure fair treatment under the law and protect your interests throughout the process. They can also provide access to other legal resources such as an interpreter or translation services if needed. By having professional legal assistance available at the police station, it helps reduce stress and worry for those involved in criminal proceedings.
It's important to remember that even if you don't have the financial means to pay for a solicitor, you may still be eligible to receive legal aid. In the UK, legal aid is available to those who meet certain criteria and can help cover some of the costs associated with getting professional advice and representation.
It's important to remember that when faced with police custody in the UK, you have rights and it's best to make sure they're respected. Having a qualified solicitor present while dealing with charges can help ensure your interests are protected throughout the process. We can provide advice on how to answer questions posed by police officers as well as discuss plea deals or negotiate bail terms if necessary. Ultimately, having a solicitor present provides an added layer of support that can make all the difference during criminal proceedings.