What is the official legal terminology to describe the process of investigating a motive in a criminal investigation?
Asked on 5/14/10, 12:33 pm
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Charles W. Field Charles W. Field, Attorney at Law
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If you find any such, it would be news to me. Lawyers and judges call just what you called it.
Answered on 5/19/10, 2:01 pm
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