Remain silent Anything said can be used against you Presence of an attorney Can't afford, attorney will be provided
If a suspect chooses not to answer questions but then later changes their mind, what must be done before questioning?
Read Miranda Gain waiver
If suspect incomes right to attorney, what must happen?
Questioning stops immediately Resume when attorney present
Is a confession with self-induced difficulties (intoxication) valid?
Yes Admissible in court
Attempt to gain info from a person that may be relevant to an investigation
A declaration of matter of fact. May be suspect, victim, or witness
Incriminating statement including admitting to guilt or involvement in criminal activity Not a complete and full confession
Statement that provides evidence or proof of a person's involvement in a crime Includes all elements of a crime
Factors considered by courts for juvenile info part 2
Length of interrogation Length of time in custody Was juvenile properly detained (sight/sound separation) Was juvenile given chance to talk to adult Juvenile's understanding of charge Was juvenile warned Did juvenile try to repudiate prior statements
What can be done to verify reliability or credibility of interviewees
Gather info from multiple sources Separate all persons to be interviewed Explore relationships between witnesses, suspects, victims
Should you build a relationship with interviewee
Yes Build rapport
What is the least custodial place to interview a suspect?
At the suspect's home
Is an interview a one way or two way flow of info?
Interrogation is 1 way
During a field show-up who gets transported to who?
Witness to the suspect
Most often used reason a citizen complains with about a traffic stop
They were made to feel stupid by the officer
3 gestures projecting negative image of Leo
Crossed arms Hand on pistol Chewing gum
Things that affect a person's perception of events
Past experiences Social-economic status
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