Hofstra Law Review


The article focuses on professional standards for investigative interviews, the social science supporting the in-person, face-to-face interview standard. It mentions standards that apply to capital mitigation work, the problems created by remote witness interviews are not unique to death penalty work. It also mentions police officers, social workers, parole officers, and defense investigators knock on doors and mental health experts investigated prevailing standards of performance.

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