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  • Miranda Vs Arizona Summary

    been informed of his rights during the interrogation. Nevertheless, all four cases were appealed to the United States Supreme Court. In addition, in all four cases the defendants gave incriminating information to authorities during interrogation without having the prior knowledge of their Fifth Amendment right in which they are entitled to. Issue: Is it the responsibility for the authorities to tell the alleged defendants of their rights before interrogation? Does the present procedure violate…

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  • Confessions Case Study

    What is the goal of an interrogation? The goal of an interrogation is to get a confession. Some of the key elements are the admission of guilt from the suspect and to provide enough information to fight a court action. To add to this, in the video ‘Confessions’ by Ofra Bikel it stated that a police officer does not interrogate a suspect unless he is completely determined of the guilt of that suspect before the interrogation begins. In this case ‘Norfolk Four’ the interrogation lead to a…

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  • False Confessions In Juvenile Court Cases

    issues with retention and correctly remembering information. While research does show these issues exist, it also shows that they are only a major concern for eyewitness testimony made by youths. Research has also shown that the use of suggestive interrogation tactics such as long, complex sentences, double negatives, and forced choice questions decrease the reliability of a child’s testimony. Other common suggestive investigative tactics such as isolation, minimization, and confrontation can…

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  • Juvenile Offenders Case Study

    state (Elrod & Ryder, 2014). For instance, some police departments require parents be present at the station prior to questioning a juvenile offender (Elrod & Ryder, 2014). Furthermore, regardless of age, Miranda v. Arizona applies custodial interrogations, but the issue that arises specifically with juvenile offenders is their capacity to fully comprehend their Miranda rights (Elrod & Ryder, 2014). Therefore, the landmark case of Fare v. Michael…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Gitmo

    of medical treatment for serious conditions or allowed treatment only on the condition that they “cooperate” with interrogators, and routinely “short-shackled” (wrists and ankles bound together and to the floor) for hours and even days during interrogations (5). Other acts of inhumane treatment have been performed in the detention facility including waterboarding and force feeding hunger strikers. Mr. Al Murbati disclosed his experience as a…

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  • Miranda Case Summary

    in for interrogation, they interrogated him for two hours. Within the entire interrogation Miranda’s lawyer present was never present…

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  • Cognitive Interview Essay

    complementary forces. Forensic psychologists constantly test and implement new techniques for the field of law enforcement, typically based on principles of human cognition; the cognitive interview (CI) is one of these techniques. The CI is a forensic interrogation technique designed to maximize the recall of correct information, while minimizing false information, by using tenets of human cognition. At its roots, the CI is based on principles borrowed from cognitive and social psychology.…

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  • Persuasive Essay On The Confessions

    Bosco. The main reasons for their confections were the idea of innocence does not need a lawyer If a lawyer had been present during these confections this horror may have never occurred, and the violation of fundamental human rights during the interrogation. These factors led to the false confession of the four men. There is a stigma around lawyering up when questioned by the police. If innocent there is no reason for a lawyer because innocence’s can stand for its self. This idea is…

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  • Miranda Argumentative Essay

    years in prison for the kidnapping and rape of a young woman, but when he was arrested the police did not read him his constitutional rights of the 5th and 6th Amendments. They took advantage of him and forced a confession out of him during their interrogation, then used it in court to prove him guilty. He wanted to have been read his right to an attorney and his rights to remain silent, but the law enforcers did not give him that option upon his arrest. He took the case to the Supreme Court to…

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  • Unethical Use Of Torture Essay

    people. Yet under congressional or executive orders done in secrecy, the government may use torture as long as it be argued as a necessity. The phrase “enhanced interrogation techniques” have become the euphemism for the for the United States government’s methodical use of torture by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) during interrogations of detainees, persons held in custody. This is a topic that has not been in the center of the media’s attention since President Barack Obama has taken…

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