CRM 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: English Law, Exigent Circumstance, Due Process

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Suspect has the right to remain silent but: Ways to get a confession in the past. Inquisitional chair ( chair with spikes, and heat to burn the accused until they admit they did it) Judas cradle ( launched someone onto a point) The rack (strapped arms and legs to ropes, and then pulled until body got dislocated) E(cid:454): (cid:862)(cid:449)e are o(cid:374) the sa(cid:373)e tea(cid:373)(cid:863) usi(cid:374)g the (cid:449)orld (cid:862)(cid:449)e(cid:863), (cid:862)i (cid:449)a(cid:374)t to help (cid:455)ou(cid:863) , aski(cid:374)g if he has (cid:271)ee(cid:374) i(cid:374) this situatio(cid:374) (cid:271)efore (cid:449)he(cid:374) the(cid:455) first (cid:449)alk in. Focus on empathy for victim, rights are unimportant. E(cid:454): (cid:862)if (cid:455)ou tell us (cid:449)here jessi(cid:272)a is, her pare(cid:374)ts (cid:449)ould (cid:271)e at pea(cid:272)e(cid:863) Encourage suspect to talk so that his/her side can be heard. Voluntarily confesses to crime he/she did not commit. Confession made to end an extremely uncomfortable situation. Suspect falsely recalls involvements with a crime and confesses to it.

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