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Narco analysis leads to more questions than answers

Jagadeesh N

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2007.003


I am writing with reference to the editorial ‘Medical professionals and interrogation: lies about finding the “truth”. Investigative agencies may have to keep looking for newer and effective methods of interrogation in an ever-changing crime scenario, but it is not acceptable if these methods violate accepted legal and ethical norms.

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