“Released Under Investigation” Many people are finding themselves in a state of limbo following a police interview under caution.

If you are “released under investigation” you will not be provided with a date when the investigation will conclude and the police might retain your property, including property essential to the running of your business. If you contact a person connected with the investigation including family members, you might find yourself being accused of committing a further criminal offence. The uncertainty caused can effectively put your life on hold.

ITN Solicitors acting on your behalf can make sure that you remain aware of what is happening in your investigation and that your property is only retained by the police if it is necessary and relevant to the investigation.

If you would like to discuss your case further contact us now.

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