As leading specialists in Criminal Law, we recognise that being requested to attend a formal interview under caution can be a traumatic experience for anyone.
We have experienced police station representatives who are able to assist you from the outset, and remove as much of the stress and worry from the process as possible.
Who do we help?
Whether you are asked to attend voluntarily at the Police station, or Local Council offices in any Trading Standards, DWP or Benefits interview under caution, we can help you by providing you with initial telephone advice and then attending in person to represent you, and protect your interests.
How can I make sure I have a solicitor?
If you receive an invitation to attend an interview, simply contact our office on 01908 202150 and we shall make arrangements to meet with you. We can then take control of any liaison and correspondence with the investigating officer(s) to give an additional layer of protection to you.
Who will be helping me?
Our criminal department has a number of qualified solicitors and police station representatives available to assist you, whenever you require. We have expertise in representing those accused of all manner of offences, including murder, assault, fraud, theft and sexual offences, including child sexual offences and historic cases.
How much does it cost?
Our advice and assistance at an interview under caution is completely independent and confidential.
We will be up front with you regarding the costs of representation from the very outset, and will provide you with a comprehensive and competitive quote so that you can make an informed decision.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01908 202150, and we will happily answer any questions you may have.
We are here to help you through this often difficult and traumatic process, and will be happy to guide you through to the conclusion of the investigation, whatever the outcome.
“Woodfines are fast to respond when I needed & easily contacted. Very prompt to attend station.”