Interviews under Caution

"He gave us the power and confidence to successfully defend ourselves and was our shining advocate in an unfair justice system."


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Police interviews


​Have the police left a card at your address, or
told your relatives/family that they want to speak
to you? 


Or have the DWP or HSE written to you inviting you for an interview under caution?


If the police or others want to interview you, and you are worried, call me on 01223 633383, or contact me via my quick query form for a rapid response. I'm fully accredited to advise you in all interviews under caution.

"He gives you a fantastic 'voice' loud enough to be heard, understood and be taken seriously. He helps you succeed and puts your case and needs before money."


That's one of my happy clients speaking, a professional faced with an assault allegation that would have seriously damaged her career if not dealt with at the police station.  

Case Study


  • Recently, two company directors asked me to represent them in relation to fraud allegations. Having arranged suitable and convenient interview times for them, I had a conference with them individually, to ascertain the facts and to prepare the defences. I then attended the police station with the first of them to be interviewed.  I spoke to the officers about the case, showed them some evidence we had prepared, and persuaded them that the allegations against my clients were not a criminal matter.  They weren't even interviewed, and the second director didn't even have to attend the police station! Needless to say, they felt their money was well spent.

"Marc is professional, proficient and proactive and we highly recommend his services. He is dedicated to his clients and he is so approachable and easy to talk to."


I handle everything & travel to you


I will handle everything, from calling the police
on your behalf to set up the interview, to advising
you exactly how to handle the interview to get the
best possible result. I will travel to wherever your
interview is taking place.


No offence is too serious - or too minor


Through my years of criminal law practice, I am
comfortable advising clients, wherever they are, in
interviews about allegations as serious as murder, or as
minor as shop lifting. GBH, rape, fraud and drug supply are just some of matters I've dealt with many times over.


3000 interviews handled - experience counts


I recently calculated in how many interviews I have
advised clients, and the total was in excess of 3000 - that is three thousand.  I am an expert in this area, tactically aware and fierce in my clients' defence.  Even police officers tell me that if they were in a hole, they would call on me for help.


Often the right representation at the interview stage, can mean the difference between a career wrecking criminal record and an unblemished professional status. Remember, police interviews are often the best opportunity for the police to get that incriminating evidence against you that they are missing - from your own mouth!  Answering questions in interviews under caution, whether you are innocent or guilty, should only be done in very specific circumstances.  


"He gives you a fantastic 'voice' loud enough to be heard, understood and be taken seriously. He helps you succeed and puts your case and needs before money."


I am aggressive in the defence of my professional and other clients' good character, and as even a criminal caution is a criminal record, I don't advise accepting one,unless absolutely necessary.


Value for money


If you are "well acquainted" with the police
interview process, then you may want a change from the usual, well-worn legal aid practitioner you
usually use.  Often, they will be getting paid as little as £70 to represent you - what sort of service would you expect for that sort of money?


Call me for a premium service on 01223 633383 or contact me using my quick query form. You will not be disappointed.