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The reason why becomes very clear once you realise that there are multiple stages that someone will pass through once they have been arrested.
Once you understand the various hoops the legal process jumps through on the way to court you will see how much sense it makes to do a no comment interview even with the changes to the law passed in the much hated Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994.
The police cannot force you to speak or to give a statement, whatever they may say to you in the station.
Refusing to speak cannot be used to convict you by itself.
So if you have been nicked and the police do want to conduct an interview with you there is a good chance that they don’t have enough evidence at this point to charge you and they are hoping you will either confess all during the taped interview or slip up and incriminate yourself in some way that can be used against you.
This is where the Crown Prosecution Service comes in and their job is to decide whether the evidence gathered by the police is enough to mount a successful prosecution as well as deciding whether or not it is in the public interest to proceed.It’s yet to be seen how the police will use this change in the law, but we reckon the best policy if you want to get off is remain silent.