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My wife and I witnessed a fatal car accident and spent hours providing information to the police at the time. We also provided a further detailed account of what we saw that was tape-recorded at the police station. We are now being asked yet again by the police to be interviewed because the audio-video equipment reportedly malfunctioned. We have also been contacted by attorneys for both parties and now an insurance company. No charges have been filed in the case and we expect it may go to trial. We want to support the justice process but don't understand why we keep getting asked the same questions. Can we respectfully decline further interviews? We would like to go through the ordeal of describing the terrible events we saw only one more time. Is there a reasonable way to do that?
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