Being interviewed under caution can be an extremely pressurised and stressful experience.

The way you approach that interview is so important that it can be instrumental in the way your case can progress.

We can help guide and support you through this process.

How we can help

You can be assured that when you are represented by a member of our defence team that you are receiving the best advice and ultimately making the right decisions at such a crucial stage of any investigation.

We are rated as a Top Tier firm by The Legal 500 and have decades of experience dealing with interviews under caution. Every member of our team has dealt with the most serious of allegations on behalf of our clients across the country.

All the legal advice that we provide following your arrest, or voluntary attendance at a police station, is free to our clients and our team are available to assist you 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Access free legal advice

You have the right to free legal advice if you are questioned at a police station.

To access the free expert advice we provide, all you need to do if under arrest, is inform the police that you wish to be represented by Fosters and arrangements will be made for us to attend and assist you. Or, alternatively, if the police invite you to attend an interview on a voluntary basis simply call us in advance of that interview and we will make the arrangements to attend to represent you.

We are ranked as a Top Tier firm for General Crime and Fraud

Our Crime & Business Defence team are noted in The Legal 500 UK as ‘consistently exceptional’.

Law Society accredited

The Law Society awards accreditations to practitioners who meet the highest standards of technical expertise and client service in specific areas of law.

Our Partners, Chris Brown and Damien Moore, alongside Associate Natasha Baker hold the recognised standard for practitioners in criminal litigation.

Helped enormously by calmly putting everything into context and giving me the courage to see this through.
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