He looks at police evidence in the court the nature and disappearance of the brutal third degree the reforms of the mid twentieth century and how police can persuade suspects to waive their miranda rights an important study of the criminal justice system police interrogation and american justice raises unsettling questions how should police be permitted to interrogate when society needs both crime control and due process. The author argues that american police interrogation is strategically manipulative and deceptive because it occurs in the context of a fundamental contradiction on the one hand police need incriminating statements and admissions to solve crimes on the other hand there is almost never a good reason for suspects to provide them. Police interrogation and american justice is partially a history of american police interrogation but mainly goes over the various tactics they use to try to get people to tell on themselves this would be of interest to people with an interest in how police operate or people interested in the psychological tactics they use during interrogation. He looks at police evidence in the court the nature and disappearance of the brutal third degree the reforms of the mid twentieth century and how police can persuade suspects to waive their. Police interrogation and american justice although certainly a learned tome from an academic publisher is easy to read leo writes as clearly as he talks on a witness stand as an expert at
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