Jane Lugea

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Forensic statements are often unstructured, intricate, and thus difficult to interpret and assess. This is due to the varied nature and format of how interviews with victims, witnesses, or suspects are conducted. It is even more difficult for police investigators, lawyers or other legal practitioners to grasp intuitively and accurately the key information(More)
Forensic statements are lengthy and contain large amounts of complex information. Consequently, it is often difficult for readers of such reports to identify connections between disparate pieces of evidence and to properly and objectively assess their value to the case in question. Readers have no alternative but to rely on intuition and experience to make(More)
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