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    Childrens Testimony

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    witnesses and the accuracy of their testimony has been widely debated. People are asking themselves if the memories of young children, specifically between the ages of five and ten, can be accurate and in return trusted. So, can children’s memory and testimony be accurate? Prolific amounts of research have been conducted in an attempt to answer this question. Most of the research suggests that unfortunately we can not rely on their accurate recall in testimony. I would have to say I agree with the

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    Eyewitness Testimonies

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    Eyewitness testimonies do not yield an exceptionally high validity, however they are a fairly effective way of gathering information. The Criminal justice system should take notice of the fact that they can be misconstrued since memories are fallible and can be easily influenced. Eyewitness testimonies can be affected by many psychological factors, these include anxiety/stress, reconstructive memory, weapon focus and leading questions. Anxiety or stress is almost always associated with real life

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    Personal Testimony

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    Praise God; that was the phrase I would here every morning when my dad would drop me off for school. Although my family has gone through many hard times, they have grown to know Christ and wanted to share that with their kids. I grew up in the kind of household that if you said “shut up” then you were going to be spanked several times. I knew one thing on Sunday morning and Wednesday nights; you go to church. Church became a hobby to me, I didn’t hate going there but it was just what you did. I thought

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    Eyewitness testimony is the evidence given in a court or in police investigations by an individual who has witnessed a crime or offense (Loftus, 2003). Eyewitness testimonies rely heavily upon a human’s memory. “Given the complex interaction of perception, memory, judgment, social influence, and communication processes that lead up to an eyewitness’s story of what happened, it should hardly be surprising that such testimony often is a faulty version of the original event (Wells, 1987)." Eyewitness

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    Witness testimony is important to be accurate for judges, prosecutors and indirectly for all of us. The errors and distortions in testimony happen not necessarily on purpose. The witness is a participant in the proceedings, which provides a means of assumption evidence in the form of testimony. Witness testimony is one of the evidence on this subject in general the same evaluation rules as other evidence. Human behaviour in a situation of receiving or giving evidence can be understood as participation

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    is going to look at eye witness testimony. It will discuss whether or not it is reliable and studies will be looked at and evaluated to either back up or refute eyewitness reliability. A witness is someone who has firsthand knowledge about a crime through their senses and can certify to its happening and someone who has seen an event at firsthand is known as an eyewitness. Witnesses are often called before a court of law to testify in trials and their testimony is considered crucial in the identification

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    Eye Witness Testimony

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    Eye Witness Testimony The language used by the police when interviewing witnesses and barristers during a trial may influence answers given by witnesses, this language may affect initial perception and subsequent recall. Both of these effects are shown in the study by Loftus & Palmer {1974). My experiment into this field showed the leading question with the `verb` contained the information about what the answer should be, thus language can have a distorting effect on EWT, which can lead

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    Eye Witness Testimony In my opinion eye witness testimony is not completely accurate. The human memory is a very complicated system and is not always correct. I feel that eye witness testimony is not a fair way to determine if a person is guilty of a crime or not. The longer time it takes to go on trial the more a person can forget. If you do not practice things over and over you soon forget it, so how can you expect someone to go on trial and use eye witness testimony for a crime that happened months

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    read it on like “History.com,” but this does not prove that the information is factual because there is no source document or proof that this is how the event happened or the causes of it. So how reliable are these sources? Through eye-witness testimonies,

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    Book Review of “Hear My Testimony” This is probably one of the most moving books I have ever read in my life. It is basically a narrative story of the life of an El Salvadorian women named: Maria Teresa Tula. Maria is a wonderful storyteller and the fact the she is describing her own real life experiences greatly add to the impact of the book. Most of the chapters in the book are just her telling about her life. She was born a very poor and sickly child, growing up with her mother and grandmother

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