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la noire guide to questioning and lies?

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As a detective, questioning is one of the most important ways to get clues and information. With each question in L.A. Noire, you must decide if the suspects response is truth or a lie. If you accuse the suspect of lying, you must back up your accusation with evidence, that is one of the clues that you have discovered in the case. If you don't have evidence to support an accusation but think they are lying, you can choose to Doubt the suspects response.

In determining whether to trust, doubt, or accuse of lying, you must keep several things in mind. First, pay careful attention to the case. If you have found information that contradicts what the suspect is saying, there's a good chance they are lying. Second, watch their body language. If the suspect gets fidgety or their eyes go shifty, they are most likely lying. Third, you can use intuition points if you have any available to give you some help. You can either ask the community to see what most people have selected or remove one of the possibilities, for example "Truth" might be removed, leaving "Doubt" or "Lie."

Remember: If you are accusing of a suspect of a lie, you have to support it with evidence. If they are lying and you don't have evidence or use the wrong evidence to support the accusation, you will get the question wrong.

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answered 6 years ago by SLee Grandmaster (14,920 points)   2 5 10

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