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Forensic psychology
Forensic psychology

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2.1 The case for the prosecution

Figure 6

During their interviews with DS Sund, the two men maintain that they are innocent of the crime of which they are accused and both plead not guilty at court. Neither are able to offer an alibi that can be substantiated. The prosecution offer the following evidence:

  • statements taken from both witnesses
  • recordings of the interviews with both witnesses
  • the outcome of the identification procedures attended by both witnesses.

This evidence is offered in support of the conclusions drawn by DS Sund and of the guilt of the two men.