The Chief Examiner and Examiners are responsible for exercising coercive powers under the Major Crime (Investigative Powers) Act 2004 . They do so independently, fairly and strictly in accordance with the law.
Find information about the Chief Examiner’s powers to gather evidence and documents, and what witnesses or legal representatives can expect.
General information for legal practitioners representing a client attending before the Chief Examiner.
The Chief Examiner’s work is continuing, in line with Government restrictions relating to public health. If you have received a witness summons to attend before the Chief Examiner, you must attend as required. Contact us as soon as possible if you have any questions.
Reviewed 25 March 2021