To determine the ethics that factor into what is known as Interrogation Double Bind, one must first be able to define it. Interrogation Double Bind is what happens to a witness or a victim, when he or she is put on stand. Once a person is placed in front of the courtroom, that person becomes a guinea pig. In other words, this person has very little control, if any, and this person is subject to
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others would say it is a matter of technique. If someone came up with a way to double bind a witness, then someone else should come up with a way to counteract; otherwise, the witness should not take the stand. In fact, this is why many people do not. It is safer this way, even though there is, as previously mentioned, a preconceived notion as to why a witness chooses to not take the stand.