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Can everything you say in a Police Statement be used against you at yo...

Yes, if your statement was given voluntarily and is relevant to your case

Posted on 8 March 2019

Do you have the right to remain silent when you are warned and after?

You may remain silent, not make a statement and only reveal your defence for the first time in Court. However, if you do so, there is a danger that the […]

Posted on 7 March 2019

What is a Cautioned Statement?

If you are being charged for a criminal offence, you must give a Cautioned Statement at the time the charges are presented to you. If you are charged, the investigating […]

Posted on 6 March 2019

What is a Witness Statement (also known as the “Long Statement”)?

This Long Statement is given when the Police question you about the facts and circumstances of the case with which you may be acquainted. You are bound to answer truthfully, […]

Posted on 5 March 2019

What types of Statements can be recorded during a Police investigation...

There are generally two kinds of statements: A Witness Statement, (or sometimes called an Investigation Statement); and/or A Cautioned Statement from a person being charged. Generally, if accused of a […]

Posted on 4 March 2019

What are Representations?

If you are charged or with a Criminal offence being investigated for having committed one, you or your lawyer may make an appeal to the Prosecution (known as Representations) either […]

Posted on 1 March 2019
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