Suggestive interrogation

SUGGESTIVE INTERROGATION. This phrase has been used by some writers to signify the same thing as leading question. (q.v.) 2 Benth. on Ev. b. 3, c. 3. It is used in the French law. Vide Question.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Truong's statements to investigators "were the product of a highly coercive, lengthy and suggestive interrogation during the course of which the defendant, then 16 years old, was threatened, lied to, intimidated, as well as being promised leniency and other beneficial treatment," the defense lawyer said in his motion.