The language of confession, interrogation and deception [electronic resource] / Roger W. Shuy.

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    • Content Notes:
      The confession event -- Language of the police interrogation -- Interrogating versus interviewing -- Case study of the interrogations of Steve Allen -- Was Chris Jerue lying? -- Did Donald Goltz believe what he confessed? -- Some problems with police interrogation -- Language and constitutional rights -- Miranda rights in the DWI arrest -- Were the rights of Jesse Moffet abused? -- Were the rights of Charles Lorraine violated? -- Language of truthfulness and deception -- Was Robert Alben lying? -- Was Jessie Moffett lying? -- Language of written confessions -- Michael Carter's written statement -- The written statement as a clue to deception -- Language of the implicational confession -- Surrogate confession of DeWayne Hill -- Language of the interrogator as therapist -- Persuasion of Beverly Monroe -- Inferred confession -- Case study of Shiv Panini -- Uunvalidated confession -- Why did Kevin Rogers confess? -- An effective interrogation and a valid confession -- Case study of Pamela Gardner -- Some basic principles of interrogation, confession and deceptive language -- Be conversational --Ask clear and explicit questions -- Do not mix interview types -- Look for inconsistencies before trying to detect deception -- Tape record all contacts.
    • Notes:
      Includes bibliographical references (p. 195-197) and index.
      Access is available to current Cairn University students, faculty and staff.
    • ISBN:
      0761913467 (pbk. : acid-free paper)
      0761913459 (cloth : acid-free paper)
    • Accession Number:
      97033752
    • Accession Number:
      cul.b2240942