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There is considerable evidence that people are poor at identifying: (Points : 3) members of another race. members of their own race. people with the same hair color as they have. people with physical characteristics that are very different than their own.
Weegy: Considerable evidence indicates that people are poorer at identifying members of another race than of their own. (More)
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The right to remain silent can be traced back in history to the: (Points : 3) a)Magna Carta. b)laws of Moses embodied in the Talmudic law. c)Articles of Confederation preceding the adoption of the United States Constitution. d) Preamble of the Stamp Act.
Weegy: The right to remain silent can be traced back in history to the c)Articles of Confederation preceding the adoption of the United States Constitution. User: Which of the following are necessary parts of the Miranda warnings? User: When a suspect asks for an attorney during custodial interrogation: Weegy: In United States criminal law, a custodial interrogation (or, generally, custodial situation) is a situation in which the suspect's freedom of movement is restrained, even if he is not under arrest. Per Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. [ 436, 444 (1966), "custodial interrogation [refers to] questioning initiated by law enforcement officers after a person has been taken into custody or otherwise deprived of his freedom of action in any significant way." The United States Supreme Court has clarified that a person is being subjected to a custodial interrogation if "a reasonable person would have felt he or she was not at liberty to terminate the interrogation and leave." Thompson v. Keohane, 516 U.S. 99, 112 (1995). This test is objective and thus does not depend on the individual suspect's subjective mindset, age, or previous personal experience with law enforcement. Yarborough v. Alvarado, 541 U.S. 652, 666-69 (2004). Rather, the ultimate inquiry is whether a normal, reasonable person would feel free to end the encounter with law enforcement and leave the scene. ] User: The Fifth Amendment approach to confession applies: Weegy: The requirement that only voluntary confessions be admitted grows out of the fifth amendment. [ ] User: In Colorado v. Connelly (1986), the Supreme Court considered the case of a mentally ill man who walked into a police station and confessed he had murdered a young woman. The Court determined that: Weegy: The Supreme Court heard the case, and decided that Mr. Connelly's confession should not have been suppressed, due to a specific sentence in Miranda v. [ Arizona that stated that confessions may only be thrown out if the ... (More)
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