What happens if a criminal suspect just answers questions randomly?
Investigator: "Do you recall the events of Tuesday night?"
Suspect: "Large pepperoni pizza"
Investigator: "So you ate pizza on Tuesday might?"
Suspect: "My mother's name is Gimpy" (jerky boys reference)
Will the police stop asking the suspect questions quickly under this scenario or just keep asking trying to break the suspect (assuming they are faking insanity)?
- STEVEN FLv 78 months ago
The psychiatrist has 72 hours to decide if they should be committed.
Simply not responding AT ALL is better.
- D50Lv 68 months ago
If the person has been properly cautioned, the police will use whatever they say against them as evidence. If the cops think "large pepperoni pizza" in answer to a question will hurt the defendant with the jury, they will use it. Better to keep your mouth shut than to be a smartass and risk jail.
- IamiblisdautrLv 48 months ago
They would say wrong answer and ask the same question again until the truth is brought out.
- W.T. DoorLv 78 months ago
Let us know if that ever happens.
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- Anonymous8 months ago
Hi I'm interested being a officer with you
- 8 months ago
Well, if you know you're guilty, then have a lawyer with you before saying anything. If not guilty, then be honest with their questions.