Other agencies and individuals were interested in the suspect's possible
confession. Therefore, you interrogated him in front of 7 or 8 people. What might
the court hold as to the method that this confession was obtained?
In a proper manner.
Through unlawful influence.
During the interview of a complainant, you suspect him of lying and
concealing the facts, and of actually being the subject of the crime. Which one or
more of the following procedures would you take?
Continue to interview.
Switch to an interrogation.
Warn him of his rights.
A newly assigned special agent explains to you that he is having difficulty
interviewing and obtaining the desired information.
Which one or more of the
following would you consider best for guiding him to success?
Understand the basic principles governing the interview.
You can only learn by doing.
Watch other successful interviewers and their techniques.
A good interviewer is born, not made.