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How to handle an interview under caution

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Introduction

Steve´s story

So, you’ve been asked to an interview under caution: what now?

What is an interview under caution?

What about my benefits?

Before the interview

What will the interview be like?

After the interview under caution

Jen´s story

Step-by-step guide: after an interview under caution

Interview under caution: summary

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This guide was written by Jana Elles with material from Dave Walsh, School of Law and Criminology, University of Derby. It was produced by Advice Services Alliance (ASA) Advicenow for Gurkha Free Legal Advice. ASA Advicenow would like to thank all those who provided feedback on drafts of the guide and took part in the review.

Advicenow is an independent, not for profit website providing accurate up-to-date and relevant information on rights and legal issues.
www.advicenow.org.uk

April 2009

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