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Using video recorded police interviews to get the full story from complainants in rape trials

30 Sep 2012
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The authors undertake a comparative analysis of rape trials, and the types of information elicited during police interviews with complainants, to that provided during evidence-in-chief at trial. The study’s findings indicate that current approaches during trials may lead to potentially important information being excluded. The authors highlight the need for further research into whether pre-recorded interviews with complainants may assist in jury deliberations.

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2012
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