After the introduction by the investigator, which of the following statements would be most
appropriate to start the talk with PFC Krug, the second witness?
"Did you see CPL Danielson driving the car?"
"Tell me what you saw, in your own words."
"Are you sure you saw this incident?"
"So what makes you think that CPL Danielson was drunk?"
You have PFC Krug come in to talk with the investigator. He does not seem willing to talk
about the incident. Which of the following approaches would be used?
Logic and reasoning.
During the talk with PFC Krug, Krug admits that both he and Andrews were walking on the
same side of the street as the parked car. PFC Andrews had said they were standing on the corner across
the street. This is the first time that a discrepancy has occurred. Which of the following statements is
the best response to Krug's statement?
"That is not what Andrews told me. Do you know you have the right to remain silent?"
"Andrews said something different. Let me tell you what he said."
"You were on the south side of the street, next to the car, correct?"
"Are you on drugs? Andrews said you were on the corner across the street."
The investigator has called in CPL Danielson to the MP station. After the investigator finished
introducing himself, but before Danielson sees a DA Form 3881, he starts talking about the incident.
What should the investigator do?
Have him sign a DA Form 3881, Waiver Certificate.
Start filling out a DA Form 2823, Sworn Statement.
Let him finish and call the local staff judge advocate.
Stop him when he pauses and inform him of his rights.
CPL Danielson is presented with a DA Form 3881, Waiver Certificate. Danielson says he does
not need a lawyer and says he wants to talk freely. He says he will sign any forms. What should the
Have him sign the waiver and continue the inquiry.
Have him sign the nonwaiver and continue the inquiry.
Have him sign the waiver and call a lawyer (just in case).
Have him sign the nonwaiver and note that he is willing to talk.