According to former Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter regarding interrogation and confessions, (Points : 3)
modern advances in the technology of crime detection make interrogation
where innocent human witnesses cannot be found, nothing remains but
interrogation to get information from guilty persons.
substantial restrictions on the ability of the police
to interrogate suspects should
have no effect on the ability of police to investigate crime.
all empirical studies of the importance of confessions in solving crimes are
oncern About Confessions. (See Cover) ... merely in court but in the police station, ... process of U.S. police interrogations? ... "Despite modern advances in the technology of crime detection," summed up the late Justice Felix Frankfurter. ... [ where there cannot be found innocent human witnesses to such ]
There are no new answers.