Interviews Under Caution

An interview under caution usually take place at either a Local Job Centre or Local Authority Offices if the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) suspect that you have misled them about something on your initial claim form.

During the interview questions will be asked about your initial claim and any changes that may have occurred since the initial claim. Evidence that the DWP or Local Authority believe support their argument will be put to you. This evidence may include employee details, account details (bank statements), surveillance footage or witness statements. Other forms of evidence may be used but these are the most common.

Further investigations may follow an interview.

If represented by Eden Solicitors our solicitors will obtain the disclosure so that you are aware of the exact allegation you face. Our solicitors will also provide quality legal advice ensuring that you are given the best opportunity to defend your benefit claim.

 

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Crown Court | Magistrates Court | Police Stations | Road Traffic | White Collar Crime/Fraud

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