Defence for Interviews under Caution

Updated on Wednesday 27th July 2016

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An interview under caution is an official interview conducted according to The Police & Criminal Evidence Act 1984, which sets out the legal frame in which the Police or other UK authority can conduct their interviews with individuals. It is generally tape recorded for the correct record. It is recommended to seek advice from a defence solicitor in London to figure out which is the most appropriate approach to be adopted to serve your best interests. 
 

Legal rights of a person in an interview under caution in UK


The legal rights of a person in an interview under caution in UK are crucial in making sure he or she is treated in an appropriate manner. The main legal rights of an individual in such a situation are:

•    the right to have a legal representative present;
•    the right not to answer any of the questions asked by the authorities conducting the interview. 
 

Type of interviews under caution


We can provide defence for the following types of interviews under caution:

•    Police interviews;
•    Voluntary interviews;
•    Internal Arrests Warrants;
•    Job Centre;
•    Council or Local Authority;
•    The Health and Safety Executive (HSE);
•    Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC);
•    Serious Fraud Office interviews;
•    National Crime Agency interviews;
•    The Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) for benefit frauds;
•    The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) or Vehicle and Operator Services Agency (VOSA);
•    Other regulatory bodies.
 

Legal assistance for interviews under caution in UK


As stated above, similarly to when you are arrested, you have the right to have a solicitor present, who makes sure that your rights are respected, knowing how to deal with an interview under caution. Before the interview, you will be able to discuss privately with your solicitor. This way, he or she can advise you on the most appropriate approach which should be taken in the defence for an interview under caution in UK in order to work for your best interests.

Attending an interview under caution in UK cannot prove to be an enjoyable experience. If you or a member of your family has been contacted for such an interview, feel free to contact us. A solicitor in London is ready to assist you.

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