Although under a Caution Plus 3 a person is entitled to leave at any time, voluntary attendance can be helpful to any investigation and it is important to ensure legal advice is sought. MK Law is highly experienced in dealing with enquiries of this nature and is on hand to help.
Voluntary attendance at a police station is more commonly referred to as a “Caution Plus 3”. This is because, before being questioned, the police issue the standard caution given in interviews and additionally issue 3 extra parts:
- You are not under arrest;
- You are not obliged to remain at the station;
- You are entitled to free, independent legal advice.
It is important to understand this caution, and the interviewing officer must ensure that the caution is understood in its entirety, including explaining the caution and even repeating it in their own words. If necessary, a language interpreter can also be made available to attend an interview.
If you are facing a Caution Plus 3 you should seek legal advice immediately. It is vital that you receive the best advice possible and provide as much detail of the facts of your case as you can to ensure the right result for you.
MK Law is on hand to help you through all stages of the process.
For more information on the law or consequences of a Caution Plus 3, or to discuss your case please call MK Law on 02086922694 Or e-mail email@example.com