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Articles by Brian Leslie

How Coercive Interrogations Can Lead to a False Confession

by Brian Leslie

To discuss coercive interrogation methods, we must first understand the difference between an interrogation and an interview. The primary difference is that an interview is fact-finding, non-accusatory and usually takes place earlier on in an investigation. The interrogation, on the other hand, is accusatory, involves persuasive techniques ...

The Dominant Witness Theory: How Eyewitness Identification Becomes Flawed

by Brian Leslie

Eyewitness interviews are a vital part of any criminal investigation. How police approach, question, and vet witnesses can be a critical factor in why they target a specific suspect. The truth is many police agencies, because of lack of resources, don’t provide specialized training in this area ...



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