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Assume you are a detective assigned to the Sam Sheppard case. Develop and submit at least 12 interrogation questions based on the case. Use your assigned readings to gather information on the case.
Target one suspect (the person they believe committed the murder of Marilyn Sheppard) with the 12 pertinent questions.
The list of questions will be graded on how well they fit the nondirective interview style, their pertinence to the available evidence, and their focus on the interviewee’s actions and motives.
The first two questions may be general information-gathering (rapport) questions, but they must progressively move toward the development of specific facts based on your theory of the crime and fit the profile of the questions described in the Module 5 lecture.
Explain the importance of completeness and accuracy in the incident report and officers witness statements written by the initial responding officers. How will the contents of these reports be used as the basis of a request for a search warrant?