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Witness/Claimant Interview

 
The first consideration in preparing any interview is that you must use critical thinking. This means that you not only must possess all material relevant to your case, but you must also examine and organize the material in such
a way that every piece of information sharpens the focus of your analysis. Such an analysis either strengthens your client’s case or provides alternative hypotheses to that thesis proposed by the Opposition. Or, conversely, if the pieces form a picture that shows your client to be guilty, it is your duty to report this as well. Remember:
 
Our job is to seek the truth.

Simply put, the following areas must be addressed in some fashion during the interview. It is not a laundry list. Each item will be addressed at the proper stage of the interview. These areas of questioning are as follows:
 
WHO? There are several examples of “Who” that can be asked in an interview, e.g., Who saw the incident, Who did you tell; Who was the first person you turned to for help; Who else was involved?
 
WHAT? There are several examples of “What” that can be asked in an interview, e.g., What happened when he
first touched you? What did you do when he began touching you? What did the other witnesses do when they saw him
striking you?
 
WHEN? There are several examples of “When” that can be asked in an interview, e.g. When did the incident occur? When did you tell someone? When did you get home?

WHY? There are several examples of “Why” that can be asked in an interview, e.g., Why did he stop hitting you?

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