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DOJ reverses no-recording policy for interrogations
So the FBI will now properly record interrogations (assuming no mic failures...) so a defendant arguably has an unbiased account of conversations available. Previously, only what LE/FBI wrote down on form 302 was considered "the truth" and contradicting it could set you up with perjury or worse, and there would be no evidence of LE threatening you. There is optional "encouragement" to record investigative interviews when someone is not yet under arrest, and by optional I mean no LE will by default do so. Better than nothing though...
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may 2014 by asteroza

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