If you are asked to attend an interview with the Royal Military Police, the Royal Air Force Police, the Royal Navy Police or the Special Investigation Branch then please do not hesitate to contact one of our specialist Military solicitors. They’re available 24 hours per day so please do not hesitate to ring or text them, as time may well be of the essence.
We will arrange representation under the Legal Aid Scheme to attend your interview under caution for free, for any of the following:
- Military Service police interview
- Royal Air Force (RAF) police interview
- Royal Navy police interview
- Special Investigation Branch police interview
There’s no charge for this advice and we can take care of you irrespective of your rank. Having expert legal advice at this stage can often prevent the matter escalating any further and speed up the investigation, thus reducing the potential for adverse career implications.
If you are being investigated for Boarding School fees allowance or JPA misuse then it is particularly important that you don’t delay speaking to Alex.
Your rights if you’ve been asked to attend a service police interview
The Military Police may try to persuade you to take a military lawyer to represent you so that matters can be speeded up. However, you may want the reassurance of knowing you have an independent solicitor with experience in Military Law to look after your interests. It is your choice, and you can insist that one of our leading Military Law specialists come to look after you.