Posts by Claire Anderson

Voluntary Interviews – What you should know

Voluntary Interview

Article by Claire Anderson ‘Your client has to attend the Voluntary Interview, Miss Anderson’ the officer told me, without a hint of irony. ‘Actually, he doesn’t have to, hence it’s called ‘voluntary’ ‘I replied, ‘and until you can provide me with the appropriate disclosure to demonstrate any evidence that he may have committed an offence…

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Essex Lorry Deaths

Jury retire at the Old Bailey to consider the verdict of our client who is being accused of the manslaughter of 39 migrants, in the Essex lorry people-smuggling plot. Our Claire Anderson is instructed in this case. BBC News

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Another Acquittal: Sexual Assault

Claire Anderson, instructing Jane Bickerstaff QC, secures the acquittal of a 24 year old man charged with Sexual Assault at Reading Crown Court. Our client is delighted and relieved after suffering a 2 year ordeal.

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End the uncertainty caused by long police investigations

Advice at the Police Station

Article by: Claire Anderson. Leaving suspects in the dark for years can destroy lives – our justice system must unite for change. Waiting for results is stressful, whether it be for medical tests or exams, indeed anything that will have an impact on one’s life and future. Imagine a serious sexual allegation is made against…

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Police Voluntary Interviews – Protect Yourself

Police - Scotland Yard

Article by: Claire Anderson   As the result of a change in the regulations relating to police bail in April 2017, the Police are now choosing to invite a large number of suspects in an investigation to attend what is called a ‘voluntary interview’ or what the police call a ‘caution plus 3’ interview. This…

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