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The London bustcard now also contains information for a solicitor based in Brighton. All the firms on this bustcard can provide cover outside of their geographical area, with advance notice.

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ADVICE ON ARREST Say “NO COMMENT” to all police questions during casual chats, 'booking in' & interviews. At the police station you may wish to give your name, address and date of birth to speed your release. If asked your nationality you must give it. For your protection and that of other people don’t answer further questions. Do not accept a CAUTION without advice from a recommended solicitor. This is an admission of responsibility and goes on the police national computer. You have the right to FREE LEGAL ADVICE at the police station. Duty solicitors don’t always have experience with protest law, we recommend asking the police to contact one of the following: ITN (Irvine Thanvi Natas): 020 3909 8100 HJA (Hodge Jones & Allen): 0808 252 8678 Bindmans: 0207 833 4433 / 020 7305 5638 (out of hours) Kelly’s: 01273 674 898 / 0800 387 463 (out of hours) You have the right to have someone informed of your arrest (make that the Protest Support Line unless otherwise arranged: 07946 541 511). You have the right to an interpreter if English is not your first language. If you are or appear under 18 an appropriate adult should be called.LEGAL QUESTIONS about PROTEST? STOP AND SEARCH: You do not have to give your name and address under any stop and search power, see below website for more details. Legally you must be told the reason and the power that you are being searched under. If you witness an arrest, want support or have legal questions about protest: 07946 541 511 Legal Observers are independent volunteers who gather evidence on behalf of protesters and act to counter police intimidation and misbehaviour. Read more about your rights and protest legislation: After arrest &/or if you have a court date & want advice email

Key Messages

  • No Comment
  • You do not need to answer police questions, so don’t.
  • No Personal Details
  • You don't have to give details under ANY stop and search power.
  • No Duty Solicitor
  • Use a recommended solicitor with protest experience.
  • No Caution
  • They admit guilt for an alleged offence that might never get to court.
  • What Power?
  • Ask "What power?" to challenge a police officer to act lawfully.