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|Title:||Questions and answers: the logic of preliminary fact investigation|
|Citation:||Journal of Law and Society, 2002, 29 (4), pp.533-559|
|Abstract:||My paper considers the role of questions and answers in the inferential tasks of fact investigators (investigators such as police officers and crime scene examiners) prior to trial and indeed prior to arrest. My contention is that the reasoning processes of these investigators obey an internal, simple, successful, but dangerous, logic.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, School of Law|
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