Frequently when someone is lying, an investigator will be able to identify inconsistencies in the timeline, the circumstances surrounding key events, or other areas within the questioning.

For example, someone spends a long time explaining something that took a short time to happen, or a short time telling of an event that took a relatively long time to happen.


• Q1 – What was the score of the baseball game?
• A1 – Well, first of all, you wouldn’t believe how much the tickets cost; then I had to get something to eat, which is a total waste of money….


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