Originally Posted by JL514
I'd imagine interview under caution is short for
Interview under caution of an attorney. Meaning you get interrogated but have your lawyer present to tell you "you don't have to answer that." "my client has nothing to say on the matter" etc
It's also recorded and the slightest inconsistency, even about unrelated matters, is very bad for you.
Tell your lawyer the 'truth', without admitting to any crime. They will read between the lines and prepare a statement for you.
Stick to this.
Do not, under any circumstance, bottle it, if and when the police tell you they know you did it, and explain how they know.
This may or may not be true, and it anyways irrelevant.
Knowing and proving are two separate matters.
Why assist those who have a vested interest in your guilt?
This is all fairly obvious, but it astounds me how many unfortunates I have been personally aquatinted to, that manage to mess this up.
The milage in your country may vary..