It is everyone’s right to have legal advice and representation during the course of an investigation at a Police Station. We offer free initial legal advice over the phone or in the Police Station.

There are occasions when investigations take place in other locations than a Police Station, for example, investigations conducted by the Department of Work and Pensions. Such representation is provided either under the Legal Aid Scheme, without cost to the individual concerned, or alternatively on a private fee paying basis.

McGregors operates a 24 hour telephone advice service. Following initial contact representatives of the practice will attend to provide Police Station advice and representation to our clients.

McGregors’ solicitors are Police Accredited Duty Solicitors and we employ a number of highly experienced accredited Police Station representatives, qualified to provide such advice under the Legal Services Commission Accreditation Scheme.

Our legal representatives are highly trained and experienced. We keep up to date with changes and developments to legislation and Case Law which may affect the provision of advice to clients who are the subject of an investigation.

We can be with you within half an hour of the Police stating that they are ready to interview.