Detecting Deception

Un libro in lingua di Mccormick Paul S. edito da Looseleaf Law Pubns Corp, 2013

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McCormick offers a short manual of interrogation techniques for law enforcement officials, concentrating on the methods of detecting possible deceptions by considering the suspect's body language, vocabulary, and behavioral traits. The author is an experienced interrogator who pulls together his years of work in the field and distills the strategies he has found useful in his career. Written in a series of short chapters, each introducing one basic concept, much of the material is common-sensical, and a lot of it will be intuitively obvious, but seldom explicitly presented under one cover. Study questions follow each chapter. The book is a competent collection of tips and techniques and emphasizes the necessity for proper questioning techniques that would stand during trial and be able to withstand the defense's attempts to undermine them. Annotation ©2014 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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