False Confessions

In the past decade the notion of false confessions has become a popular topic or rhetoric among law enforcement critics and civil rights advocates but what is the truth of the matter? What is the actual percentage of false confessions by statistics and do those numbers support the notion that false confession convictions has become an epidemic? Assignment due by the END of this module. This assignment fulfills/supports: Module Outcomes:1- 2. You will have understood the Mindset of a Suspect and the Psychology of an Interview and Interrogation. Course Outcomes: 2, 3, 4. You will have been able to identify and understood verbal and non-verbal signs of deception; Employed interview approaches to best solicit information; Utilized various question types in different interview settings. General Education Competency: 1, 2 and 3. You will have shown effective communication using conventions of the American Standard English and used critical thinking to analyze problems and make logical decisions. You will also have shown socialization skills that supports cultural awareness and a global perspective. For this lab I want you to research this notion of false confessions and then take a side of the debate and argue for/against false confessions as being a problem. I am not going to provide any starter ideas because I want to see your opinion supported by research in this matter. Have fun. Formatting Requirements Assignment title, your name, course and section number, and date at the top of the document. Use one-inch margins. Use a 12-point Times New Roman font. Use double line spacing in the document. Generate a document using Microsoft Word containing your thoughts, reflections, and analysis of this topics. The paper must follow current APA guidelines. The page count does not include the title page, abstract, reference section, or any extra material. You can submit by clicking on LAB 5. 1. Be sure to cite the source of any information you derive from references. Failure to cite references will result in an automatic reduction of one letter grade (i.e. A becomes a B). To receive an A, each topic must be accurately addressed in at least 2 pages, with three or fewer writing errors. To receive a B, each topic must be accurately addressed in at least 1 page, with five or fewer writing errors. To receive a C, each topic must be accurately addressed in at least 1/2 patge, with eight or fewer writing errors. D and F grades will be issues for text entries not meeting the aforementioned requirements

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