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Do I have to answer police questioning?

In general you have the right to silence however if the arrest concerns a motor vehicle or you have witnessed a serious crime you are required to give your name, address and particulars of the incident to the police. 

  • The police may want to question you in what is known as an Electronic Record of Interview of a Suspected Person or ERISP.
  • It is not advisable to speak with the police until you have spoken with Tony Danos Lawyers.
  • You have the right to silence, that is you do not have to and can refuse to say anything.
  • Providing false information can be used against you.
  • You have the right to have a Tony Danos Lawyer present while you are being questioned.
  • Do not sign any document other than a bail form.

    Always consult with Tony Danos Lawyers for advice specific to your circumstances.

    If you need legal representation Contact Us.

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