You are about to interrogate a man who, in a fit of rage, murdered his wife.
You are certain of his guilt. What technique should be used?
"Mutt and Jeff."
Which one of the following statements is FALSE regarding the qualifications
of an interpreter?
He must be able to prepare his intended questions in advance and ensure
that they are clear and brief, and of the type that will elicit brief,
His reputation or standing in the community should be such that he will
not be intimidated by persons of higher rank and standing. A person's
social and education level is often discernible from his speech habits
He must be honest and free from criminal tendencies.
If he is an
indigenous person, he should be free from unfavorable notoriety among
the local inhabitants.
He must be intelligent and must be capable of learning rapidly the
habits, methods, and procedures of the special agent.
When questioning a first offender, what approach should you stress?
Maximize the moral implications of the crime.
Treat the suspect as an abnormal human being who has committed an act
against his nature.
Confidently stress the evidence against him.
Nervous tension should not be pointed out.
You are preparing to interrogate a suspect whose guilt
definitely established. Which questioning approach would you use?
One that is exploratory in nature.
An appeal to his pride.
A direct approach.
One that stresses logic and reason.