Interrogations, Confession and Admissions in the Criminal Justice System
America's law enforcement is faced with the challenges of managing a culturally and spiritually diverse population. With the advent of loopholes and courtroom technicalities, the field officers have to follow the book in every aspect in order for the bad guy to actually see some jail time. There are many procedures to follow, and we would like to discuss three of those very important areas.
An interrogation or interview of an accused suspect is often a tool utilized by law enforcement to obtain a confession. There are many methods used by police investigators in attempts to obtain a confession during an interrogation. The foundation of interrogations, in my opinion, aimed at finding the truth. There are certain limitations in determining whether the confession obtained was voluntary.
The limitations governing the police relate to the due process test and that of confessions obtained during custodial interrogations. Many of these interrogations are questionable or in violation of Miranda. …
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