Would you know what to do if your client was arrested?

The following is from Blur drummer Dave Rowntree who now practises as a criminal solicitor.

There have been a string of arrests of high profile musicians recently, and when a crisis hits, musicians often turn to their manager or business advisors first.

Let’s assume the drummer of your new act has just been arrested. I’m going to go with the probabilities and assume it’s a ‘he' because (a) he is a drummer, and (b) he has just been arrested.

If ...

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