Beliefs about alibis and alibi investigations: a survey of law enforcement

@inproceedings{Dysart2012BeliefsAA,
  title={Beliefs about alibis and alibi investigations: a survey of law enforcement},
  author={Jennifer E. Dysart and Deryn Strange},
  year={2012}
}
Abstract To date, the majority of published research on alibis has focused on jurors' perceptions of alibi believability. However in criminal cases, it is often law enforcement officers and prosecutors who make decisions about alibi believability that are critical to whether an individual will be charged with a crime. In the current survey, senior law enforcement personnel were questioned about their opinions and experiences regarding alibi investigations and stories. Respondents consistently… CONTINUE READING

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