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How Witnesses React
A look at how and why different witnesses react the way they do.
# 135831 | 1,000 words | 0 sources | APA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Law (Criminal) , Criminology (General)


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The paper discusses how a witness can be an observer of a crime or an event, and may be called to testify about this occurrence in a court of law for a trial or a hearing. The paper then explains how the idea of how a witness will react and why has changed dramatically over the years as in 1879, Richard Harris quipped, "'You will always approach [the female witness] as if she were a wild animal ready to tear you if she could get near enough'" (Harris, 1879 as cited in Tomasson, 1998, p. 139).

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"A witness can be an observer of a crime or an event, and may be called to testify about this occurrence in a court of law for a trial or a hearing. The idea of how a witness will react and why has changed dramatically over the years as in 1879 Richard Harris quipped, "'You will always approach [the female witness] as if she were a wild animal ready to tear you if she could get near enough'" (Harris, 1879 as cited in Tomasson, 1998, p. 139)."

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