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Do you have any previous?
It is not really possible to say in this environment.
If they offer a caution then you would have to admit the offence to receive it. But you should only be accepting a caution if the evidence is sufficient to convict at court.
Obviously I can't say either way.
You really should have a solicitor with you during interview.
This always presuming they offer a caution. If they don't then it should certainly be a no comment interview.
Can I clarify anything for you?