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  • "現代偵訊實務之父經典作品"
  • "Xian dai zhen xun shi wu zhi fu jing dian zuo pin"
  • "Criminal interrogation and confessions, 3rd ed"

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  • "Teach your students the fundamentals of criminal interrogation and confessions with this classic text. This comprehensive text includes extensive material on the verbal and nonverbal behavior symptoms useful in distinguishing between truthful and untruthful subjects; methods for conducting nonaccusatory interviews; a systematic interrogation procedure for obtaining admissions from the untruthful; an examination of the law governing interrogations and the admissibility of confessions; and an insightful discussion of problems associated with the Miranda decision."
  • "This book was developed to provide investigators with updated information describing the interviewing and interrogation process and the underlying explanations for various aspects of the technique. It assists criminal justice professionals in both law enforcement and the courts, in understanding the interrogation process and circumstances that lead to proper admissibility of confessions. A process of interviewing and interrogation, known as the Reid Technique, was initially developed in the 1940's and 1950's and described in the first edition. The Reid Technique has evolved over the years and is the standard in the field. This edition discusses all aspects of this technique with new information in the field of confessions. It presents techniques based on actual criminal cases that have been used successfully by criminal investigators. The text is built around basic psychological principles, examining interrogation as a nine-step process. The text is presented in two sections. Section I offers detailed information on interviewing and interrogation techniques, and Section II discusses the law governing interrogations and certain aspects of the admissibility of confessions as evidence in criminal cases. A new chapter on distinguishing between true and false confessions is intended to assist investigators, prosecutors, and judges in their understanding of the interrogation process and circumstances that lead to proper admissibility of a confession. In addition, a chapter was written that offers guidelines when testifying on a confession. The text includes an appendix on the behavior analysis interview in a homicide case."
  • "Pre-Warren court handbook of suggested techniques and strategies for police usage in interviewing suspects, witnesses and victims. Various situations confronting the police interrogator ranging from the recalcitrant witness to the voluntary confessor to crimes he did not commit are discussed. The Supreme Court decisions of the last decade, particularly those mandating the presence of counsel during interrogation and the giving of Miranda warnings which must be knowingly and intelligently waived make this book of little practical value at present."
  • "This third edition adds new interrogation tactics and techniques and revises and rearranges earlier published techniques so they will fit the proposed nine steps in effective interrogation. The law on criminal interrogation and confessions is also explained. General guidelines for interrogation tactics and techniques cover preliminary preparations; initial precautionary measures to protect the innocent; characteristics of the interrogation room; and the qualifications, attitude, and general conduct of the interrogator. Particular tactics and techniques are specified for interrogating suspects whose criminal culpability is uncertain. The nine steps of effective interrogation are then applied to the circumstance where the suspect's guilt is reasonably certain. These steps include confrontation, theme development, handling denials, overcoming objections, obtaining and retaining the suspect's attention, handling the suspect's passive mood, presenting an alternative question, having the suspect describe the offense, and converting an oral into a written confession. General recommendations and suggestions for interrogations conclude the discussion of tactics and techniques. Confession and interrogation law are then explained. The appendix discusses the psychological principles of criminal interrogation."

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  • "Criminal interrogation and confessions [by] Fred E. Inbau [and] John E. Reid"
  • "刑事偵訊與自白 = Criminal interrogation and confessions"
  • "Xing shi zhen xun yu zi bai"
  • "Criminal interrogation and confessions"@en
  • "Criminal interrogation and confessions"
  • "Xing shi zhen xun yu zi bai = Criminal interrogation and confessions"
  • "刑事偵訊與自白"
  • "Criminal interrogation and confessions : [by] Fred E. Inbau [and] John E. Reid"@en

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