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Includes information about the rights of the individual on arrest and the duty solicitor scheme.



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Arrest

Your rights if arrested and your right to free legal representation at the police station.

2 Rights on arrest

When a police officer makes an arrest, he or she is taking you under the care and control of the law. Here are your rights.
Provided by TheSite
1 Arrest

You can be arrested for serious crimes such as theft, burglary and most assaults. Explains about being charged, your rights on arrest, and what happens next.
Provided by CJS Online
6 Your rights on arrest - legal help and useful information

Your basic rights on arrest. Includes your rights if you are arrested at a demo or a football match. Your rights if the police search your home.
Provided by Urban 75
4 Police detention

Explains how long you can stay in police detention, also includes information about detention without charge, and detention after charge.
Provided by Liberty
3 Police powers of arrest

The police may arrest with or without a warrant. This explains police powers of arrest without a warrant.
Provided by Liberty
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