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interrogation

n. questioning of a suspect or witness by law enforcement authorities. Once a person being questioned is arrested (is a "prime" suspect) he/she is entitled to be informed of his/her legal rights, and in no case may the interrogation violate rules of due process. (See: Miranda Warning)

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He added that they do not have the authority to interrogate Memon inside the prison without the court's permission.
Hashed demanded to interrogate the two ministers as they are responsible to arrest the killers of three people killed in Al-Habelain, Lahj governorate on 9th July 2009.
"If I may suggest tongue in cheek, if Pakistan can't interrogate the suspects, will they allow us to interrogate them?" the home minister wondered.
Trockel thus interrogates the two sides of our anthropocentric epistemologies--animal and machine--both of which constitute sustained threads in what I am calling her feminist ethics.
As Paul begins to die, Jack forces the doctor to save another man so that Jack can interrogate him.
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Nonetheless, according to Watt, some of the Bible-carrying Christians he studied, and others, one might infer, interrogate the claims of corporations and the state thoughtfully and radically, something many liberal Protestants have given up on.
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Yesterday, Deputy Director NAB Rawalpindi Abdul Majid filed an application in accountability court seeking permission to interrogate accused Nawaz Sharif presently confined in jail after judgment passed in Reference No/19/2017 titled state Vs Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and others.
An accountability court in Islamabad on Tuesday allowed National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to interrogate former prime minister Nawaz Sharif on the alleged illegal use of 20 bulletproof cars imported for a conference of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc).
Attah explained that the Customs Assistant Comptroller General, Zone A, Ekekezie Kessy had on Monday visited the Federal Operations Unit in the zone at Ikeja, Lagos to interrogate the officers involved.