Police Station representation and Advice

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Are you looking for experienced police station representation?

Efstathios C. Efstathiou criminal defence team have experience in all kinds of police station matters.  Our reputation is based on over 50 years of providing quality assistance, protecting the rights of our client’s rights and interests, holding the police to account, and striving for the best result.

Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, we have a dedicated team of solicitors and police station accredited legal representatives and with a network of offices throughout Cyprus, we are able to provide police station representatives at any police station in Cyprus.

Why choose Efstathios C. Efstathiou police station solicitors?

Anything you do or do not say or agree to while being questioned at a police station can have serious consequences and play a decisive role in the outcome in your case.

For this reason, if you are being held in a police station and are a suspect in a criminal investigation, it is very important that you receive legal advice and representation from a qualified criminal defence lawyer straight away.

We will be pleased to discuss your case with you on the telephone or in person.

What type of cases do Efstathios C. Efstathiou police station solicitors take on?

Our expert team of police station solicitors and police station representatives in Nicosia, Larnaca, Paralimni, Limassol or Paphos can provide you with police station advice and police station representation on a range of criminal offences including but not limited to:

  • Offences Against the Person (common assault, battery, ABH, GBH and more)
  • Murder/Manslaughter
  • Drugs Offences
  • Sexual Offences
  • Offences against children
  • Theft Offences (including shoplifting, burglary, robbery and theft from your employer)
  • Fraud Offences
  • Money Laundering Offences
  • Public Order Offences
  • Communications Offences
  • Weapons Offences
  • Road Traffic Offences
  • Criminal Damage
  • Arson
  • Interfering/perverting the course of justice
  • Animal offences (including dangerous dogs)
  • Terrorism