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Law
1. a matter submitted to a court or other tribunal for judicial or quasi-judicial decision
2. question of fact (in English law) that part of the issue before a court that is decided by the jury
3. question of law (in English law) that part of the issue before a court that is decided by the judge
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35) This is especially true in a sequential confession case, like Seibert, in which the "earlier and later statements are realistically seen as parts of a single, unwarned sequence of questioning.
In doing so, the Court questioned the validity of Seibert's waiver, questioning whether it was made voluntarily, knowingly, and intelligently when Miranda was presented to her after she already had "let the cat out of the bag.
Additionally, the Court referred to other training programs that encouraged the practice of questioning outside of Miranda first to secure an admission prior to proceeding with the advice of rights.
Accessing children's perception of their family: Circular questioning revisited.
10) Using crime scene or investigative photos in the questioning process may amplify this flaw.
During the questioning of the alibi witness, the police became suspicious of his personal involvement in the crime.
Now and only now, after they have experienced some type of questioning and synthesis, they should be given their own research topics.
family, education, the weather, or sports); employing more thoughtful questioning strategies, such as asking open-ended questions (e.
Cross-examination: Questioning by the other side's attorney in an attempt to discredit the witness's testimony.
In his motion to suppress, the defendant argued that signing the form letter was sufficient to invoke his Miranda right to counsel and to "thwart any further police-initiated questioning.