Anatomy of the bait question in interviews Part 1

Written By: Reid
Jan 20, 2010

Written by:
Louis C. Senese, Vice President, John E. Reid and Associates

The bait question is a non-accusatory question in which the possible existence of incriminating evidence is implied for the purpose of enticing the subject to change or consider changing his original statements. The bait question may be based on real or fictitious evidence.

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