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QUESTION

Police integrity

Is it ethical for the police to lie to suspects? Defend your answer. Should the police be allowed to lie to suspects during an interrogation? Defend your answer.

* I do not believe the police should use entrapment or dishonest manipulations in order to trick a suspect.

* Minimum of 600 words

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