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On 24/7/10 me and my friend were caught shoplifting in Superdrug, we are both 16. The security gaurd asked us to go to the back room where he searched us and found the items. He then called the police who searched us again and we were taken to a police reception room thing. They called my dad who came and collected me and I have to attend an interview next week. On 28/7/10 i recieved a letter from RLP saying i need to pay £110 in the next 21 days, my friend recieved the same letter. The payment has to be made on a credit card which i dont have and my dad is refusing to pay it, he says they are trying to [problem] money of me. Im scared i dont want to get arrested or go to court, what will happen if i dont pay?

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Hello and Welcome, Rawrr.

 

I'll move this thread to the RLP Forum.

 

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Your dad is right. Don't pay.

 

Paying RLP is no guarantee that you won't go to court


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On 24/7/10 me and my friend were caught shoplifting in Superdrug, we are both 16. The security gaurd asked us to go to the back room where he searched us and found the items. He then called the police who searched us again and we were taken to a police reception room thing. They called my dad who came and collected me and I have to attend an interview next week. On 28/7/10 i recieved a letter from RLP saying i need to pay £110 in the next 21 days, my friend recieved the same letter. The payment has to be made on a credit card which i dont have and my dad is refusing to pay it, he says they are trying to [problem] money of me. Im scared i dont want to get arrested or go to court, what will happen if i dont pay?

 

You under age for them to be demanding money from you & your friend particular double the amount.

 

It may be that no action will be taken by the police but please tell your father that if the interview does go ahead you MUST have proper legal representation as the ramifications could be severe. He may think his attendance is enough & he will be able to protect you, it isn't & he won't

 

If he won't help (as seems possible) phone a local solicitor yourself & arrange asap to speak with him. You'll need one who provides legal aid

 

If your having difficulty finding one PM telling me in which part of the country you live & I'll help

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also this may well be important you said "where he searched us and found the items" he has no legal right to and as you are Minors in Law its a very serious offence he commited , twice, worse still if either or both of you are female

 

i'm sure someone will pick up on this and advise you further,


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also this may well be important you said "where he searched us and found the items" he has no legal right to and as you are Minors in Law its a very serious offence he commited , twice, worse still if either or both of you are female

 

i'm sure someone will pick up on this and advise you further,

 

Already have see my previous post;)

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soz Jon

 

I had just read the original post etc and wanted to make them points clear , leave it with you , your the man for these matters,


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It may be that no action will be taken by the police but please tell your father that if the interview does go ahead you MUST have proper legal representation as the ramifications could be severe. He may think his attendance is enough & he will be able to protect you, it isn't & he won't

 

If he won't help (as seems possible) phone a local solicitor yourself & arrange asap to speak with him. You'll need one who provides legal aid

 

If your having difficulty finding one PM telling me in which part of the country you live & I'll help

 

Should the OP be interviewed the police must inform them of their right to free legal advice.


Warning: Freemen of the Land Operate here. Think twice before accepting 'legal advice'.

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Should the OP be interviewed the police must inform them of their right to free legal advice.

 

Only if they are under arrest & this is 'just' an interview NOT an interview under caution so no caveat is required............. however they may make an arrest when she presents herself on the day.

 

Its an old trick "come for a chat" & when you do your arrested. The chat then takes on a whole new meaning also its more than likely that you will not have instructed a lawyer & as it can take hours before one is available you will be threatened with a prolonged lock up ........... unless of course "you want to clear matters up NOW. Make a statement then you can go home" They always seem to make reference to your being allowed to 'go home'

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