By Jane Tyrer, David Lawton, David Lawson
This booklet covers the legislation Societys Occupational criteria in felony perform for the NVQ in felony Litigation. The reader is taken during the quite a few levels linked to facing legal consumers. Why info is required from consumers and its implications, whilst info will be given by means of or to the buyer and the criteria that impact the recommendation to accept are coated in a pragmatic context.
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1 of PACE 1984 state that a person arrested and held in custody in a police station or other premises shall be entitled, if s/he so requests, to consult a solicitor privately at any time. 2 below. 13 Unit 1 • • • Criminal Litigation if the offence is a serious arrestable offence; if the suspect has not yet been charged; if an officer of the rank of at least superintendent has reasonable grounds to believe that access would lead to: — interference with or harm to evidence, or interference with or injury to people; — alerting of other suspects; — hindrance to the recovery of property.
You may thus wish to ask the client to tell you what happened from a given point to the time when s/he was arrested (if immediately in respect of the incident) or until the close of the matter under consideration. Throughout the assessing of your client’s version, you need to be aware of what constitutes the offence for which s/he is under suspicion in order to advise him/her of his/her liability for that offence on his/her version of the events. By way of assistance, Table 1 in Appendix 1 lists the elements of seven very common offences.
Normally, this will be the custody officer. Before setting out, discover what information you can about your client: if the firm has represented the client before, you may be able to check the files, or gain an overview of the client’s history from another member of the firm who has dealt with him/her. You may learn that the client is already on bail, is awaiting accreditation scheme and the duty solicitor arrangements. You must always inform the client in such circumstances (as in all dealings with a client) of your status.
Criminal Litigation (NVQ) by Jane Tyrer, David Lawton, David Lawson