1. What limitations do courts impose on police in the use of deception in interrogation of suspects?
2. If a suspect invokes their 5th Amendment right against self-incrimination, are the police prohibited from asking any questions? How long does the invocation of the right against self-incrimination last? When might the police be able to begin asking investigatory questions again?
3. How can police conduct a proper line-up procedure? What might be some of the practical limitations to the line-up procedure?
4. How can the police conduct a proper photo pack identification procedure?
5. How does a judge determine whether a confession is proper? When might a judge reject a confession?