Police Station Interviews

Under the Scottish Legal Aid Boards Police Station Duty Scheme, we are registered to provide our clients with advice when they are arrested by the police before they are interviewed.

This can be an essential time in your case as admission made or denied at this point can have a serious effect on the outcome on your case. Remember that what you say when being interviewed under caution can be used in evidence in the case against you. It is at this point that you need to speak to a solicitor and get the best understanding of what you are charged with and what your rights are.

We will take the time to listen and to best instruct you on how to proceed with matters and, if required, Mr Cram is able to sit in with you while any interview is taking place.

If you have been asked to contact the police regarding anything we recommend that you contact our office to receive some initial free advice and then, if the police wish to interview you that you make them aware of our details at which point we will be contacted and arrange to come and assist you in any way we can.

A J. Cram & Co | Law Society
A J. Cram & Co | Legal Aid