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Police Station Skills for Legal Advisers: Practical Reference 3rd ed

ISBN13: 9781853287077
ISBN: 1853287075
Published: June 2004
Publisher: Law Society Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £72.00

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The third edition of Police Station Skills for Legal Advisers is an essential reference for those engaged in the active defence of clients in the police station.

It is aimed at all legal advisers - both solicitors and legal representatives - whether seeking accreditation, already accredited, or responsible for supervising those seeking accreditation and for quality control of defence provided in the police station.

The Practical Reference comprises two parts: (1) checklists of the objectives for each stage with practical advice on how to achieve each objective; (2) a key topics section containing material that the practitioner needs when defending a client.

Police and Public Order Law
1. The practical reference
2. Call from a third party
3. Call from the duty solicitor service
4. Request from a client
5. Telephone consultation with the custody officer
6. Telephone consultation with the investigating officer
7. Telephone consultation with your client
8. Planning and preparing to attend the police station
9. Consultation with the custody officer at the police station
10. Consultation with the investigating officer
11. Consultation with the interpreter
12. Consultation with the appropriate adult
13. Consultation with your client
14. The police interview. Key Topics: 1. Advice and access
2. Advising on silence: Guidance from the CLC
3. Appointment of the appropriate adult
4. Assessing your client's vulnerability
5. Bail
6. Charging and alternatives to charging
7. Complaints
8. Detention
9. Identification by body samples and impressions
10. Identification by fingerprints
11. Identification by handwriting
12. Identification by witnesses
13. Investigation and detention by service police
14. Offences
15. Photography
16. Searches of premises
17. Templates.