By Michael Skerker
The act of interrogation, and debate over its use, pervade our tradition, no matter if via fictionalized depictions in videos and tv or discussions of real-life interrogations at the information. yet regardless of day-by-day mentions of the perform within the media, there's a loss of knowledgeable remark on its ethical implications. relocating past the slender specialize in torture that has characterised so much paintings at the topic, An Ethics of Interrogation is the 1st ebook to completely handle this advanced factor. In doing so Michael Skerker confronts a bunch of philosophical and criminal concerns, from the correct to privateness and the privilege opposed to forced self-incrimination to prisoner rights and the felony outcomes of alternative modes of arrest, interrogation, and detention. those subject matters increase critical questions about the morality of conserving secrets and techniques and the variations among nation strength at domestic and in a foreign country. considerate attention of those topics leads Skerker to precise coverage thoughts for legislations enforcement, army, and intelligence professionals.
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8 If privacy is construed as the power to control revelations about oneself, remaining silent would be a way of expressing one’s right to privacy when one is being asked for personal revelations. 9 The force of claiming that there is a general right to silence means that the questioned party does not wrong the questioner in refusing to answer his questions. Put differently, the questioned party’s silence does not conceal anything owed to the questioner. To understand this right, we can abstract from the issue of privacy and reflect on the underlying concept of autonomy.