Do you mean a police interview?
Ok. Are you asking you need to attend?
It is quite unlikely that he will be allowed to help.
Dyslexia alone doesn't give rise to the need for an appropriate adult normally.
You will probably be arrested and read your rights. You will be offered a solicitor which you should accept and then you will be interviewed.
I'm not sure what you mean by what should you do? If you mean whether you should answer questions or not then that depends on the strength of the evidence. That is something that your solicitor will advice you upon.
Can I clarify anything for you?
No, the duty solicitor is just as good as own solicitor really.
interviews are not complicated. you are asked questions about the offence. Which questions depend on the offence and upon the facts.
I can do a phone call now?
I'll try now.
All the best.
Sorry but I'm not sure what we discussed now? Obviously I don't have a note of it and I have spoken to others since?