Lecture 20-Police Interrogations

Mississippi 1936 police interrogations inherent

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Unformatted text preview: confessed (Brown v. Mississippi, 1936) Police Interrogations Inherent coercion: interrogated for two days straight by several interrogators while forced to stare into a bright light...was not "physically harmed and given food and cigarettes as requested...the conditions surrounding the interrogation were coercive (Ashcroft v. Tennessee, 1944) Police Interrogations Psychological manipulation: interrogations may not use sophisticated trickery to solicit confessions...using skills psychiatric examiners (Leyra v. Denno, 1954) Police Interr...
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2008 for the course CJC 101 taught by Professor Brown during the Spring '07 term at Ball State.

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