There may be a time in your life when you are interviewed by the police and then you’re told you’re released under investigation. If this happens to you, you’ll likely have many questions and worries floating around in your head.
What this means is that the investigation will remain ongoing. In this case, you should get in touch with JD Solicitors immediately to review the details of your case and ensure you are properly represented.
Here you can learn all about what it means to be released under investigation and how our legal team at JD Solicitors can step in and help you if this is your situation.
So, what happens when you are released under investigation? This means that the investigation will be ongoing. Once complete, you will be notified of the findings. It also means you’ll be released and free to go without a charge and with no obligation to return on bail for the offence.
In this instance, you should contact JD Solicitors so that we can stay in contact with the police and update you on what’s unfolding. We will confirm the police are making progress and ensure they still need to hold any belongings that they have in their possession.
There are three ways it may play out, which include:
You might also be curious to know what happens when you are under investigation and what to expect.
When you depart the police station, you will be given further guidance about what this means exactly. This information will cover matters such as:
How long the investigation will take and how long the police can keep you under investigation all depends on your type of case, so it is too hard to tell an exact timeline. What you should and can do is contact our team at JD Solicitors to help you ensure the case is moving along. Regardless of what happens, you’ll always be informed of the outcome when the case ends.
If contacted by the police, you should get in touch with JD Solicitors immediately. You have the right to free and independent legal advice, so it’s in your best interest to speak to a criminal defence solicitor before speaking to the police.
If you have additional questions or require legal representation then we want to help. Get in touch with JD Solicitors right away so we can advise you on the next steps. We are a team of professional, knowledgeable, and experienced criminal law solicitors who will always support you throughout the entire process.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation. You will be in good hands when you choose to work with JD Solicitors.