Posted on 26th April 2017
Catching a criminal suspect should usually be left to the police, but circumstances sometimes arise where a member of the public can intervene.
This is known as a citizen’s arrest. But how does it work, and should you ever attempt one? Here’s what you need to know:
What does the law say about a citizen’s arrest?
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