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What are some of the facts that determine a coercive environment? (Points : 2) nature of the interview, atmosphere, freedom to Leave detention threats or violence by a suspect
murder investigation
freedom to Leave detention threats or violence by a suspect murder investigation
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User: What are some of the facts that determine a coercive environment? (Points : 2) nature of the interview, atmosphere, freedom to Leave detention threats or violence by a suspect murder investigation

Weegy: freedom to Leave detention threats or violence by a suspect murder investigation
japs2310qa|Points 1539|

User: As a police officer, you can use psychological coercion but not physical coercion

User: In order to arrest a person believed to be in the dwelling of a third party, absent exigent circumstance

User: The right to counsel under the Sixth Amendment and the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment prohibits law enforcement officers from deliberately eliciting incriminating information from a defendant in the absence of counsel after a formal charge against the defendant has been filed, regardless of whether or not the defendant is in custody.

Weegy: a. true
Booknerd_Yazzy|Points 60|

User: The U.S. Constitution, its amendments, and the Bill of Rights protect citizens from intrusion by the government, its agents, and from the actions of other citizens

User: The Fifth Amendment right attaches during all custodial interrogations.

Weegy: True.
patmarone|Points 5241|

User: Promises of leniency in an interrogation would be deemed coercive by the courts.

User: In order for a police officer to make a valid search or seizure, he or she must

User: It is a violation of the Fifth Amendment to require a person in-custody to stand in a police line-up.

Weegy: What the privilege protects against is compulsion of “testimonial” disclosures; requiring a person in custody to stand or walk in a police lineup, to speak prescribed words, to model particular clothing, or to give samples of handwriting, [ fingerprints, or blood does not compel him to incriminate himself within the meaning of the clause, although compelling him to produce private papers may. ]
Expert answered|jeifunk|Points 3296|

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