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Q: When a simple "yes" or "no" is the answer applied to a complex question, this illustrates the: (Points : 4) Deductive reason Limitation fallacy False linkage fallacy The
fallacy of bifurcation
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User: When a simple "yes" or "no" is the answer applied to a complex question, this illustrates the: (Points : 4) Deductive reason Limitation fallacy False linkage fallacy The fallacy of bifurcation

Weegy: Deductive reason
Expert answered|abhik1100|Points 268|

User: __________ left behind at the crime scene is helpful in reconstruction to support or contradict accounts given by witnesses and/or suspects. (Points : 4) Information Circumstantial evidence Physical evidence Reconstruction

Weegy: Physical evidence
Expert answered|abhik1100|Points 268|

User: 9. Testimonial evidence is highly subjective and biased because it originates from: (Points : 4) Crime scenes People

Weegy: People
Expert answered|abhik1100|Points 268|

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Once all evidence has been evaluated, the reconstruction team must bring together all the evidence and information to form plausible _______________. (Points : 4) Timelines Conclusions Theories Estimations
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Eyewitness accounts, called __________________, are sometimes highly subjective and heavily biased due to the fact that people may lie or misinterpret the facts. (Points : 4) Physical evidence Circumstantial evidence Direct evidence Testimonial evidence
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Eyewitness accounts, called Testimonial evidence, are sometimes highly subjective and heavily biased due to the fact that people may lie or misinterpret the facts.
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