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Acton Police Station is a police station located in Acton, London, England. If you have been arrested and taken to Acton Police Station, this guide will provide all of the necessary information about the station and what is likely to happen next. For yourself, or for friends and family who might want to visit to help you there, we cover topics such as how to get to the station, what to do if you are arrested at that station, and how to find a solicitor for Acton Police Station.
If you have been arrested and taken to Acton Police Station, it is important to remain calm and cooperate with the police. You may be asked to provide information such as your name, address, date of birth, and other personal identification details. If possible, it is best to answer any questions that are asked but remember that you don’t have to answer anything if you don’t want to. You have a legal right to remain silent. It is best to be polite and respectful and act with integrity while at the police station.
You are always entitled to legal representation at the police station. Get in touch with the team at Stuart Miller Solicitors today if you need urgent legal assistance at Acton Police Station.
Acton Police Station is located at 250 High St, London, W3 9BH. It is open 24 hours per day and you make general enquiries by calling 0300 123 1212.
Acton Police Station is well served by public transport and there are buses, tubes, and trains that can take you to the station. Public and private parking is also available, but is often reserved for local residents so it is advisable to take public transport where possible.
If you have been arrested at Acton Police Station and need legal advice or representation, it is important to contact a solicitor who has experience in dealing with cases at this police station. While the police station will have a duty solicitor you can speak to, it is best to have your own lawyer represent and advise you so that you get continuity of service throughout the entire case.
At Stuart Miller Solicitors, we have been serving our clients in all matters at Acton Police Station for a number of years and have first-hand experience not only in providing representation there, but in getting cases dropped before they proceed any further. Contact us to learn about your options.
When you are arrested at Acton Police Station, the police may take your photograph and fingerprints to use for identification purposes. You will be asked questions about yourself, such as where you live or what your date of birth is. It is important to answer these questions truthfully and remain calm throughout the process. The police may then carry out a search of you and your property. They may also ask for a sample of your DNA (e.g. hair or finger nail) or request a bodily fluid sample. If this happens, it is important to only give consent if you feel comfortable doing so and if you have secured the advice of a criminal defence solicitor as to whether taking your DNA or bodily fluid sample is lawful in the circumstances.
You will then be taken to an interview room where the police officers will question you on anything that they believe you might be involved in. The police do not have to share the evidence they have against you, if any.
This guide has provided some basic information about Acton Police Station, but if you need more assistance in understanding what happens at the police station (such as what happens if you or someone you care about is arrested) or if you need legal representation, please get in touch with the team at Stuart Miller Solicitors today. Our friendly and non-judgmental lawyers are available to assist you any time of the day or night at Acton Police Station, and we can even help if your case gets sent to a Magistrates’ or Crown Court nearby. Contact us for a free consultation today.
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