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"A Suspect" is a film, directed by Park Sung-ho.

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Google previewMad Dogs (2014)

by Robert Muchamore

CHAPTER 39 GRILLED Pulling a suspect is a tricky business.

Google previewDemystifying Marketing (2007)

A Guide to the Fundamentals for Engineers by Patrick Forsyth

Suspects A suspect is a person, or groupof people, within the total populationthatthe marketer has reason to believe could be interested in the product or service on offer. They have Prospects First-time buyers Suspects Regular buyers ...

Google previewContent-Area Vocabulary Science--Parallel Bases scop-, skept- and spec-, spect- (2014)

by Timothy Rasinski, Nancy Padak

As a noun, a suspect is a person “under” suspicion or kept “under watch.” • expect: to anticipate; to wait for (Latin prefix ex- = “out”; literally, to be on the “ lookout.” Spelling note: the initial “s” of the base spect- is subsumed by the “x” of the prefix ...

Google previewDictionary of Health Insurance and Managed Care (2006)

by David E. Marcinko, MBA, CFP, CMP

A potential purchaser about who too little is known to determine if these four qualifications are met is called a suspect. PROSPECT FILE: A health insurance agent's card of computerized listing of present clients, prospects, and suspects, ...

Google previewPsychology and Law (2005)

An Empirical Perspective by Neil Brewer, Kipling D. Williams

to the often poor performance of eyewitnesses in identification tests—a matter that becomes of particular concern when it is appreciated that, in many cases, the only evidence against a suspect is an identification made by an eyewitness.

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Police Science (2007)

by Jack R. Greene

In order for an interrogation to be conducted lawfully, the opportunity to interrogate a suspect must be legally obtained. Additionally, there must be compliance with requirements for warnings of constitutional rights to a custodial suspect. Finally ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Rape (2004)

by Merril D. Smith

Since DNA evidence cannot link a suspect to a crime with absolute certainty, courts will only allow expert testimony concerning the probability of a random match. DNA evidence can support or contradict the testimony of participants or ...

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Fashion Police frisking a suspect

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It is as hard for the good to suspect evil, as it is for the bad to suspect good. (Cicero)
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