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Learn to to detect possible deception in written and oral statements

Did you know that:

  • Truthful people usually describe historical events in the past tense and deceptive people sometimes refer to past events as if the events were occurring in the present?
  • Deceptive people often use language that minimizes references to themselves?
Suspects and witnesses often reveal more than they intend through their choice of words. Read about these and other ways to detect possible deception in written and oral statements in the article "The 10 Tell-Tale Signs of Deception".

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