Natali Jr., Louis M.
June 2013
Temple Law Review;Summer2013, Vol. 85 Issue 4, p839
Academic Journal
An essay is presented on displays of truth and falsehoods in various legal proceedings in America as of June 2013, focusing on false confessions, the legal aspects of Miranda warnings, and a reported need for police flexibility in investigative situations. The Nine Steps method of questioning suspects, which was developed by Fred E. Inbau and others, is examined. Criminal evidence and Behavior Analysis Interviews (BAIs) are examined, along with deceptive questioning techniques.


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