Witness Interviews

Witnesses and principal parties to specific events under investigation can be elusive and uncooperative.

Locating them is merely the first challenge; pinning them down to the facts is the next. Once located, witnesses may provide dissimilar accounts of the same event, depending upon many variables. The interviewer’s objectivity, thoroughness and skill, often mean the difference between a statement acquisition which elicits the most (and most truthful) information, and one that fails in this regard.