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Dealing with Difficult Suspects

The most difficult subject is one who will not talk at all, and prolonging his confinement will only serve to increase the difficulty. Hence, the use of effective and legitimate persuasive techniques is necessary to get reluctant subjects to talk voluntarily and truthfully.

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WZ Non-Confrontational Interrogation

If you are successfully using the confrontational approach , you can almost be certain the suspect would have confessed more quickly and with fewer struggles using the Wicklander-Zulawski Non-Confrontational method.

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CSI: Evidence

It is imperative that all evidence are gathered legally and be admissible in the criminal or civil proceeding as they must withstand the rigorous tests in the court of law.Even with a confession in court, improperly obtained evidence can derail a seemingly airtight case.

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CSI: Courtroom Testimonies

Investigators, professionals and expert witnesses are often inadequately prepared for the rigours of the courtroom. Compounding this problem is the unavailability of such training. Not many investigators have adequate experience to coach their subordinates with confidence, let alone conduct a training for others.

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