Psychology, Law, and Criminal Justice

Psychology, Law, and Criminal Justice

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Sixty-three proceedings papers from researchers in Europe, North America, and Australasia, assess the psychological implications of legal systems and prisons. The presentations review factors involving eyewitness testimony credibility and misinformation, techniques in suspect and victim interviewingSpecifically, I summarize data relating to seven critical issues: (a) reporting sexual assaults to the police; (b) the ... The new offences of sexual assault were placed in the Offences Against the Person Section of the Canadian Criminal Code;anbsp;...

Title:Psychology, Law, and Criminal Justice
Author: Graham Davies
Publisher:Walter de Gruyter - 1996

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