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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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According to Arab48.com, Lasky has filed several complaints against interrogators for verbal and physical sexual harassment but said that no investigations were opened into any of her complaints.
Whenever I nodded off, the interrogator shouted loudly in my ear and woke me.
You and your type are vultures who want to turn Syria into another Libya," said another interrogator, who kept yelling: "Confess, liar!"
Speaking at a press conference in Ramallah, central West Bank, following their release, Farrah and Zaatari said Israeli interrogators also intimidate and verbally abuse the minor detainees, as well as force them occasionally to receive medical drugs that cause hallucinations.
Israeli interrogators are seen commenting on Ahed's light skin.
The interrogator asks why the soldier had been fighting on behalf of Assad and did not defect and he replies that he would have just been sent back to the army.
Giti Pourfazel, the lawyer representing Sattar's family, told the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran (ICHRI) the family is protesting the charge of manslaughter brought against the interrogator. The family believes the interrogator should be tried for murder.
* A fully integrated proximity interrogator for long-range, ultra-high frequency applications
Interrogator's Notebook (Story Merchant Books, 2013), and Underdays
But the explanation is not acceptable when there is every apprehension that the communal forces on both sides are trying to vitiate the atmosphere," an interrogator said.
This timely memoir examines the life and work of retired CIA senior interrogator Glenn Carle and explores the moral relativity and cognitive dissonance he experienced as an undercover warrior in the U.S.
Interrogator (to a clerk): Take this down: X, describing himself