What Is The Difference Between Interview And Interrogation?


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Anonymous answered
An interview is a fact gathering contact where the person being questioned, is not in custody.
An interrogation is when a person is in custody, is not free to leave, and its purpose is for the interviewer to obtain incriminating statements and/or info from you.
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David Mathley answered
An interview is when you just answer what you want to answer with no pressure. Interrogation is when you are under pressure to give answers that the other person wants answers to.

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