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If you’ve been arrested, you could be held in police custody which means you could be searched and questioned at a police station. The police custody officer will explain your rights.
If you have been charged this means that you have been officially accused of a crime. You will be given a ‘charge sheet’. The charge sheet will tell you about the crime you have been accused of.
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The police have powers to enter and search your home. Usually, this requires a warrant, but there are some instances where the police can enter your home without a warrant.