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Interview At The Police Station Cases

B .v. C

The client was interviewed on a voluntary basis by police at a British Transport Police Station, to provide a statement, in a canteen, under the Police and Criminal evidence Act 1984, in relation to a matter of unacceptable behavior at a Railway Station. As a result, the client was offered a caution, to be accepted within a period of 7 days. The client sought the advice of Penman Sedgwick.

It was found that the Codes of PACE 1984 were breached by the police officer, and on representation to police, no further action was taken against the client.

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